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By Mgcini Dube | 2022-06-24

SOCCER - MBABANE Highlanders patrons have commended the good work  by the club’s Managing Director Chief Ally Kgomongwe.

This comes after the South African businessman helped the team qualify for the CAF Confederation Cup to end  an over decade absence in continental football.

The ‘Black Bull’ finished the MTN Premier League on the second spot with 67 points under the leadership of the African National Congress politician.  The crowd pulling side has started preparations for their campaign in the continent’s second premier club competition. Patrons Secretary Musa Masuku said they were happy with the contribution of Kgomongwe in the team. 

“This is a great achievement for the team and we appreciate our hard working Managing Director Chief Ally Kgomongwe for his tireless efforts to revive the team.

We are excited that the team will finally play in Africa after an 11-year absence. We are confident that the team will reach greater heights in the continent and hoist the country’s flag,” he said.

Masuku further said they were fully behind the MD as he takes the team to greater heights. “We further appeal for unity from the entire Highlanders family as we continue with our mission to reclaim glory days,” reads part of the statement.

Kgomongwe is on his third year of the five-year contract with the team and he has already helped the club win the EPTC Charity Cup.

He also successfully resolved the registration issue of top striker Sabelo ‘Sikhali’ Ndzinisa who was handed a two-year ban by the South African Football Association during his stint with Mbombela United.

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