A Power Soccer League Powerhouse based in Soweto is about to disperse ten of its players.
Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Sekhukhune United, and Amazulu have all discharged players who were not performing at the required level so far in our top division during the winter transfer window.
As a result of this reduction in personnel, certain notable players are anticipated to quit the Moroka Swallows, reducing the team size from 40 to at least 25.
Moroka Swallows almost were relegated last season and only survived through the playoffs, so David Mogashoa delivered a statement last night to the team's dedicated fans explaining that he understands their agony. Fans shouldn't worry, he told them; we're busy behind the scenes striving to assemble a squad capable of challenging for championships in the near future.
Since a team with Moroka Swallows' pedigree should not be battling for relegation, it is easy to see why the club plans to let some of its players go. They fired their coach in the middle of the season.
The mass exodus started with the sale of four players; three of them joined Kaizer Chiefs, while the fourth is on his way to Durban to play for Royal AM.
Despite the benefits, coaches today are finding it increasingly challenging to effectively manage large rosters of athletes. The Moroka Swallows are taking a new approach, opting to build their roster around a group of promising young players.
Every week our league has improved so much that there are no easy fixtures and everyone is striving for something, so it's going to be tough for players in our level.
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