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I HAVE NO BLOOD WITH MATSAPHA UNITED – ‘DINO’

By Sibusiso Masilela | 2018-01-13

SOCCER - Newly appointed Mbabane Highlanders Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Celucolo ‘Dino ‘Dlamini says there is no bad blood between him and his former employers Matsapha United. Dlamini, who has recently made a return to the ‘Black Bull’, explained that there were no hard feelings with the ‘Deep Blue Ocean’ contrary to the belief of many. “I have nothing against Matsapha United instead I am grateful o them for giving me an opportunity to lead the team.

They have also helped to grown as an administrator by entrusting me to establish a management committee and to also build their brand. I feel the experience that I gained with them has helped to grow and I am going to use the experience to help improve my current team,” he said. Upcoming On his return to Highlanders, Dlamini said he alongside the MC had been mandated to win the upcoming Swazi Bank Cup and further help the capital city giants secure a respectable in the MTN Premier League. He said they would work hard with all stakeholders of the team in order to achieve the main goal. “The mandate is clear that we should deliver the remaining cup competition and to finish at a respectable position in the league. We are also going to work together with the entire Highlanders family in delivering the mandate of the Directors,” he said.

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