Sankoyo Bush Bucks football club’s new committee has sworn to fight with all they have to revive the team’s fluttering fortunes.
During a recent press conference in Maun, the team’s new chairperson Itumelelng Kelebetseng, revealed he is aiming for maximum points from the club’s remaining five fixtures.
Kelebetseng is confident that Bush Bucks can escape relegation this season. He then intends to concentrate on rebuilding the team.
“We want to start the season on a new slate and stronger than ever,” said Kelebetseng.
For his part, the club’s vice chairman Onannalenna Ditlhakanyane also revealed that the technical aspects as well as the players and supporters have been encouraged to come up with improved strategies to protect the team’s status.
The committee also explained that their mandate is to stay in Maun to monitor the team closely and encourage them adding that in the past players struggled due to a lack of support.
“We are going to make sure that we are with the team every step they take, and also manage camps prior to games.”
Ditlhakenyane also confirmed that even though they are lagging behind in finances they will make sure they motivate the team with the little they have.
“In the past our players had never rested because they travelled a return trip and never had time to rest, this is a thing of the past and we plead with the community and relevant stakeholders to assist where they can,” he said.