In order to escape relegation, the Black Leopards hired a new expert.
To stay out of the relegation zone, the Black Leopards hired a fresh expert.
Due to their performance against South Africa's best clubs last season, Black Leopards FC, a GladAfrica Championship team, could find themselves in danger of dropping out of the National First Division. This is a major blow to the club, which should have made them a force to be reckoned with in the GladAfrica Championship.
Black Leopards FC is in danger of being relegated from the GladAfrica Championship after signing a new expert to shore up their squad. A match analyst, Phil Makwengwe, was hired by Black Leopards FC to assist head coach Joel Masutha in rescuing the club from relegation danger. Makwengwe previously served as technical director for the Botswana national team.
A former head coach of Botswana club Gaborone United, Makwengwe appears to be reaping the rewards of his labor with Black Leopards thus far. Since joining Black Leopards three weeks ago, Makwengwe has performed admirably as the team has drawn twice and won once in three matches.
The appointment of Makwengwe as match analyst could put Joel Masutha's job in jeopardy, but Masutha has no concerns about Makwengwe's appointment. That bond with Thidiela has kept Masutho from being concerned about his position in the company.
If Thidiela was unhappy with me, I'd know it. It is crucial to me that Leopards avoid relegation," Thidiela says. Masutha went on to say that "everyone who comes to the team to help is welcome."
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