Cape Town City denied Swallows a chance to become second on the DStv premiership
By MisterLee | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 0 views
Swallows FC had a clear chance to secure the second spot in the DStv premiership log but they were denied that chance by Cape Town City. Swallows remain unbeaten after they played a draw today, Swallows came to this match with 29 points they only need all full 3 points to climb the leather.
Today they were denied to walk away with full three points instead they shared a point with the citizens after a 1-1 draw. After Swallows draw they have given Supersport United a chance to have full courage in chasing Mamelodi Sundowns, and they have given masandawana a free run for the title.
The amazing part when it comes to Swallows is that the are about to make it a full year of unbeaten, the have held a very good record of unbeaten team. Not so many teams have held such a record, to maintain such record it comes with hard work, passion, courage and confidence.
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