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MLABA, THABO COMMIT TO ‘WESLIANS’

MBABANE - This will be sweet music to the ears of the Hub giants’ supporters.

Manzini Wanderers players Mlamuli ‘Mlaba’ Nkambule and Thabo Langa have both   agreed to a one-year contract extensions at the club. The two players signed their contracts yesterday morning in the company of Manzini Wanderers  Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Diana Johnson, also known as Girlie; the team’s Management Committee Chairman, Berger Nxumalo; and  Head Coach Nyanga ‘Crooks’ Hlophe,who also signed a three-year deal. The maroon and white outfit’s CEO, when contacted yesterday, said they were happy to have the players and the coach committing themselves to the club.

Thank

“I would also like to thank our coach for saving this team last season and willing to continue helping the side even in the coming season. I would also like to thank the players for agreeing to commit to stay for another season in the club. The team will continue to talk to some of the other players who will be retained in the club,” she said. She went on to plead for support from the team’s supporters ahead of the new season, which will likely start in the start of September. “To the Wanderers supporters, I’m pleading with them to continue supporting the team like they did last season. United we shall conquer all the problems and  not  forgetting the Interim MC  for playing a vital role in making sure things don’t fall apart,” she added.
Meanwhile, the Wanderers players both said they were happy to renew their contracts at the club.

Happy

The team captain, ‘Mlaba’, said they would do their best this coming season to make Wanderers supporters happy. “We will try to redeem the status of the team and make the supporters happy,” he said. The side’s gaffer, who is the oldest coach in the country at over 65, joined the maroon and white in the second round of the MTN Premier League from National First Division outfit Black Swallows, replacing Zimbabwe-born Terisayi Changara, mentioned that this season they would not be fighting any relegation. “Our target this season is fighting for honours,” he said.