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Jomo Sono makes a sad announcement after Cosmos got relegated, here is what he said

Showing up in a generally excellent spirits regardless of simply being consigned from proficient football, Jomo Sono has said he won't buy a Premier Soccer League (PSL) status in a bid to take his Jomo Cosmos back to easy street.

One of the most noteworthy football clubs in SA, Cosmos, were consigned from the GladAfrica Championship with two games to play before the finish of the season. This implies Ezenkosi will be lost from the expert positions to the third-level ABC Motsepe League, a novice division, as of next season.

Anyway proprietor of the club and one of the most cherished and regarded football figures in the country Sono showed up upbeat after his side's 1-1 draw with TS Sporting in Tsakane on Saturday as he addressed the couple of columnists present to cover the match.

"I won't buy another person's status," Sono said. "I don't dislike individuals who do that however I won't make it happen. On the off chance that I'm consigned, I will play in the ABC Motsepe League." Purchasing your direction into the National First Division (NFD) or the DStv Premiership has turned into a standard in SA.

While Swallows FC won advancement to the top level from the GladAfrica Championship, before that the consortium behind resuscitating Moroka Swallows purchased the status of Maccabi FC in the second tier. Bloemfontein Celtic are at this point not an expert group since Royal AM purchased their top-level status, while Bidvest Wits stopped tasks after their status was bought by Tshakhuma FC, who then, at that point, offered it to Marumo Gallants to purchase Royal's NFD status.

Source: ‘I won’t buy a status to come back’ — Sono in good spirits after relegation (

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