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By Sibusiso Masilela | 2017-09-13

SOCCER – MANZINI Wanderers have vowed to bounce back following their crippling 1-4 loss to Mbabane Highlanders last Sunday at the Somhlolo National Stadium. This was during the second match of the MTN Premier League triple-header at the country’s only mecca. The team’s General Manager Patrick Gamedze said they would go back to the drawing board to rectify their mistakes. “The result was not a good one for the team and we will work hard at training to get the desired results,” he said, when sought for comment yesterday following their slow league start. He said they would definitely bounce back. “We have already put the loss against Highlanders behind us and are now focusing on the upcoming matches since the league is a marathon. We have learnt from our mistakes against Highlanders and have to move on since we are still assembling our team that is capable of competing for the honours this season,” he said. Gamedze further appealed for unity among the entire Wanderers family in order to help the maroon and white ensemble reclaim its rightful place. “We need to learn from our mistakes and remain united for the betterment of the team. We are confident that the team will bring the desired results in the ongoing season,” he said. The Nyanga ‘Crooks’ Hlophe-led side will be aiming to return to winning ways at the expense of returnees Malanti Chiefs this coming Sunday at the Somhlolo National Stadium.

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