Monday 2021-03-01





SOCCER-ESWATINI Women Football Association (EWFA) has pledged support to Manzini Wanderers Ladies during their CAF Women Champions League.

EWFA Chairman Sonnyboy Mabuza said they were keen to assist the maroon and white glamour side in their maiden continental assignment.

“We are going to do our level best to assist Wanderers during their Champions League assignment and we are still going to sit down and see how we can support them.

We wish the club the best of luck during the continental matches,” he said. Mabuza further lamented the effects of COVID 19 on their activities.

“The current situation has halted the implementation of the women football strategic plan but I am positive that things will soon get back to normal and we will then take it from there,”he said.

The ‘Weslians’ recently confirmed their participation in the inaugural competition through their boss Sabelo Nxumalo in his recent interview with our sister publication the Saturday Observer.

The first edition of the African Women’s Champions League will take place this year and it was announced by the CAF executive committee in September last year.

CAF zones across the continent will organise qualifications to determine the eight finalists for the inaugural CAF Women’s Champions League.

The first edition of the CAF Women’s Champions League will see the zonal union of the host country having two representatives, but the following editions will see the host countries with one representative, while the reigning champions will have two representatives.

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