Before I joined Centre Chiefs the rivalry between these two teams was so intense.
Things have however changed and the war on and off-field has ceased. I have always scored against them save for just one game. Actually each time I was marked by a dreadlocked defender I scored.
While Talk-Talk hasn’t played that well at AFCON he has always been a match winner at Chiefs.
He is consistent and the only difference is that people watch us goal scorers more than the creators. He told me he is retiring from international football to pave way for youngsters
and I still think he is wrong to make that decision.
There were lots of goals scored last weekend.
I watched BMC against ECCO. It was equally an interesting game. The thing with strikers is they are judged more than any other player. I however have to commend all those who scored because they were rusty and to perform that way is really commendable.
I have been involved in both the Lobatse and Gaborone derbies.
I have to say the games between Gunners and BMC were the more tough ones, we always felt the pressure of that derby. The games were usually won with slight margins as opposed to the Gaborone ones where there have been many goals. So I think the Lobatse derby is much tighter.
If you look at this weekend’s fixtures they are very interesting, decisive because teams in the top half play against each another.
It will be every man for himself and no one will be done favours. There will be changes there and it may determine the outcome of the league.
Oh my God I feel very sorry for Chelsea, how on earth do you explain such performance.
The beauty and pain of football is that it is these kind of results that makes it interesting. When you lose it is the coach when you win the players gets credit. That’s the nature of the