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IT WAS HOME AWAY FROM HOME FOR OUR PLAYERS

By Qondile Ntiwane | 2018-02-15

SOCCER – THE Mbabane Swallows National Supporters Committee (NSC) is nothing but full of praise for the team’s supporters.

Interviewed yesterday, the committee Secretary Jackson Dlamini said they were amazed at the number of supporters, who accompanied the team to Lesotho for the team’s CAF Champions League preliminary round first leg encounter pitting the local giants against Bantu FC at the Setsoto Stadium in Maseru, Lesotho over the past weekend

“We are really thankful to every Swazi football lover, who took their time and accompanied the team to Lesotho. Most of the Premier League teams were well represented and what was more unique was seeing them in Mbabane Swallows colours to show their support. We do wish this spirit continues even in local football games.

“The atmosphere at the stadium was more like home away from home for our players. Big up to our supporters,” he said.

Dlamini further urged the supporters to come out in great numbers for the second leg of the encounter slated for the Somhlolo National Stadium next Wednesday.

“Let us come and rally behind the boys as they take on the Lesotho side in the second leg. We will be on home ground and that should be visible to the visitors,” he said.

Over 2 000 witnessed the red and white ensemble’s 4-2 victory against Bantu FC.

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