Saturday 2019-01-19




By Qondile Ntiwane | 2018-02-15

SOCCER – HUB giants Manzini Wanderers have convened a special meeting to discuss the unruly conduct of their supporters, amongst other things.

The meeting will be hosted the National Supporters Committee (NSC) at the Manzini Library on Sunday, starting at 2pm.

Interviewed yesterday, NSC Secretary Sandile ‘Ntofo’ Dlamini said they were expecting all supporters of the team to attend without fail. He said there were a number of important issues to be discussed on the day.

“Supporters are urged to come in great numbers and also behave during the course of the meeting. Issues on the agenda will include membership cards, branch opening and the most important one being the behaviour of our supporters.

“As NSC we would like to brand growing and improving hence we ask for constructive contributions from the supporters. Anything that will drag down brand will not be tolerated,” he said.  Dlamini stated that all stakeholders of the team were aware of the proposed meeting and also thanked the directors for their approval of the meeting.

He also invited the supporters to the team’s clash against Moneni Pirates slated for the Mavuso Sports Centre on Saturday, starting at 4pm.

“We will continue preach the gospel of good behaviour at the stadium. The fines imposed to the team are affecting us financially and also downgrades the Wanderers brand,” he said. Wanderers were slapped with a E15 000 fine after being  found guilty of one count of misconduct by the National Football Association of Swaziland (NFAS) Disciplinary Committee (DC).

The maroon and white ensemble were charged after their supporters assaulted a Green Mamba fan during an MTN league encounter played on December 23, where the hub giants went down 0-3.

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