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Black Leopards dropped to the relegation zone as Free State Stars won 1-0

Free state Stars climbed the GladAfrica Championship log standings by four spaces after their latest 1-0 win against Black Leopards, as Leopards fell into the relegation zone after their home defeat in the GladAfrica Championship.

Black Leopards FC who played in the South African top flight, the Dstv Premiership last season, are drowning in the GladAfrica Championship. Black Leopards joined Jomo Cosmos in the relegation zone after Free State Stars won 1-0 in their latest fixture.

Black Leopards FC hosted Free State Stars, and after giving away a penalty in the second half of the match, Leopards suffered their third consecutive fixture in the National First Division. Black Leopards lost 1-0 to Free State Stars as Katlego Makhabela scored from the penalty spot in the 74th minute of the match.

Black Leopards FC ended their last three matches in defeats, as they lost to Cape Town Spurs 2-0, 1-0 against JDR Stars and now 1-0 against Free State Stars. Jomo Cosmos is in the 16th place spot with 3 points after 9 matches played and Black Leopards FC is in the 15th place spot with 7 points after 9 matches played.

Black Leopards and Jomo Cosmos occupies the relegation zone spots, and if Black Leopards has any hopes of making it back to the Dstv Premiership, they need to get their act together and start winning matches or face relegation as they are drowning at the bottom log along with Jomo Cosmos.

As Black Leopards fell into the relegation zone, Free State Stars who won the match climbed the log by four spaces from the 11th position to the 7th place spot. The GladAfrica Championship are leaded by JDR Stars who are in the first place spot with an incredible 18 points after 9 matches played.

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