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MISBEHAVING WESLIANS SUPPORTERS FACE ARREST

By Sibusiso Masilela | 2017-11-14

SOCCER – MISBEHAVING Manzini Wanderers supporters will now face arrest for causing violence during the team’s matches.

The National Supporters Committee headed by Chairman Lucky ‘Majaivane’ Dlamini has now roped in Lobamba police to try and curb violence and crime during matches involving the hub giants.

This was revealed during the Lobamba branch revival meeting held last Sunday where 50 supporters were present.

It was resolved that misbehaving fans will face  arrest and appear before court to try and curb the escalating fines usually faced by the team during matches.

The police further pledged to assist in stopping bogus stamps usually circulated during matches by unknown criminals, who make the club lose a lot of revenue.

Dlamini thanked the police for attending the meeting and their supporters for welcoming them during the vusela exercise.

“We are grateful to the police for educating our supporters on issues of violence and hurling of insults which tarnished the image of the team. The police also promised to assist us in the best possible way by arresting the culprits and they also promised to arrest the criminals, who circulate bogus stamps during matches which costs the team a lot of revenue,” he said.

Dlamini also thanked the support of their fans from the area, who pledged their continued support to the team.

“We are very grateful and humbled by the response of our supporters from Lobamba, who contributed E2 000 towards the welfare of the team and promised to offer assistance when necessary,” he said.

The  maroon and white outfit will this coming weekend take on Red Lions in their next MTN Premier  League outing slated for King Sobhuza II Stadium on Saturday.

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