By Melusi Mlotsa | 2020-05-23
Soccer - Manzini Wanderers target to raise E1 million by June has taken a big knock as a result s of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This was announced by the club yesterday through its Public Relations Officer Sandile 'Ntofo' Dlamini through a statement.
“The prevailing conditions imposed on all of us by COVID-19 have hit us on different ways. Some have taken salary cuts and worse some have lost their jobs and for this we sympathise with all the supporters going through these difficult times.Managament noted that even though we all have good intentions of helping our team to turn the corner, the reality is that the target of raising E1million by the end of June has taken a big knock as a result of COVID-19 .
“We would like to thank those who despite the severe economic financial situations have diligently remitted as promised, even paying in instalments," reads part of the statement.
Dlamni further added that the MC was cognizant of the fact that they may not meet the set deadline as a result of the above stated reasons, so they encourage those affected to pay beyond the stipulated deadline. “We are very much open to new entrants to this initiative and they can still contact the PRO on 7606 5702. On behalf of the entire management, we would like to urge all players, technical team and supporters to remain safe during such trying times. Observe all the guidelines of health and world health organisation.
“The situation shall pass and we will gather again to sing our beloved hymns , cheer our boys on but for now let's avoid unnecessary movements," reads the statement. The hub giants are currently without a director since the unceremonious exit of South Africa based local businessman Mehluli Nhlengetfwa in December last year.
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