Belly Critic

The Mpumalanga ABC Motsepe League kicked off over the weekend. And only one game took place.

It involved TS Galaxy against Tjakastad Junior Shepherds.

A well-known lawyer and players’ agent, Tim Sukazi, owns Galaxy, hence the name.

Why does the Sukazi’s team have to play against Shepherds?

Speaking to Bevan Mahlangu, Mpumalanga ABC Motsepe League administrator over the phone, following complaints by team owners as to why Galaxy seemed to be given preferential treatment, he told me no.

A few days ago the South African Football Association held a roadshow for all teams in the provincial ABC Motsepe League. Its purpose was to prepare team administrators.

Why were Galaxy and Shepherds the only teams to have cards issued? Is this an administrators’ failure or that of the team owners?

Football in the province is dying. I don’t understand whether it is because we don’t have players, or if team owners do not know what to do, or our soccer administrators are taking sides with certain teams.

The Federation International Football Association promotes fair play.

Do we have fair play in our provincial, regional and local football associations?

  AUTHOR
Richard Nkosi

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