PSL Club Could Be Sold Soon If Supporters Does Not Stop With Their Threats
Date: Friday, 26 November
Another club in the PSL could be sold next if the club's supporters does not stay humble and patient. The sales of clubs in South Africa are usually a result of financial struggles or club bosses who has given up on the responsibilities of managing a club either because of bad spells and or investors pulling out. Moroka Swallows are currently under pressure because the club is not performing well in the Dstv Premiership this season, with only 8 points after 11 matches played to date which is a great concern.
The club has been in a better position last season then this season as they had a great spell landing them the 6th place spot in their first season back in the top flight after a five-year absent. Brandon Truter was the coach who led the club back to the top flight and he was the coach who landed them a 6th place spot last season, but the club's supporters are looking past that this season as they are shifting the blame of the club's bad spell on Brandon Truter.
Supporters already taken their disappointment to making posters displaying it outside of the club's training grounds which read that they love Truter but wants him to leave the club as they are having no success under his management. Supporters have made threats after Swallows lost their latest fixture 1-0 against TS Galaxy, that they will be protesting outside of the stadium when Swallows face Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday at home.
As supporters threaten to protest on Sunday, club boss, David Mogashoa made threats of his own claiming he will sell the club if supporters does not want to be patient with Swallows during their difficult time, and that they can run the club after it's sold. "I will sell the club! I have asked the fans several times to be patient with the team because we are going through a bad spell", Mogashoa said.
"But now I have learnt that some of them are planning to protest outside the Dobsonville Stadium when we play Chiefs on Sunday. We can't have that - they can't decide to take matter in their own hands in this fashion. If this is what they want, then maybe I should sell the club and they can take over", Mogashoa added. Every club has they bad spells, look at Kaizer Chiefs last season, and the supporters were patient there was not any protests and this season they are doing much better with Keagan Dolly on the team, and Khama Billiat and Bernard Parker revitalised and in better form than they were last season.
As Kaizer Chiefs supporters waited on the club to get back on their feet again, so should Moroka Swallows supporters as we know Swallows are capable of turning around their bad fortune.
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