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HIGHLANDERS WON’T DIE IN MY HANDS – ALLY

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MBABANE – Mbabane Highlanders Director Chief Ally Kgomongwe says he will not let Highlanders die in his hands.

The director uttered these words during the national supporters committee’s (NSC) recent visit to Pretoria. The issues discussed during the meeting entailed the Admiral sponsorship, reports of people purportedly trying to push the director out and allegations of the NSC members colluding with people rebelling against the director.

This gave the director an opportunity to give his side of the circulating issues concerning the club on media platforms as well as his vision for the club going forward. This is as per a statement that was prepared by the NSC Chairman Mfanzile Dlamini and the club’s Public Relations Officer (PRO), which was posted on the official Mbabane Highlanders Facebook page.

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The meeting with the Highlanders’ director was reportedly held on April 25. During the meeting, it was highlighted that the director appealed for calm and support from all supporters of the club. “The director also acknowledged that the team did not do well this season and called for double effort from everyone to put in the right shape for next season. He also promised to be close to the team next season as the elections in South Africa will be over by then,” reads part of the statement.

Furthermore, the statement highlighted the director’s emphasis on the revival of the club, while committing to his continued financial support for the team. Players were also reminded of the pay date, where it was mentioned that they were aware and if payment was late, it was usually a day or two.  According to the statement, the director further said he needed some time to discuss the issue of sponsorship. “However, if a sponsor comes with a sound and lucrative offer, then his hands are opened. Consultations and verification will be done before a sponsor is considered,” reads more of the statement.

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