Majatlhaga as they are fondly known, have been in the limelight for a short period of time now regarded as the people’s team due to its entertaining, well organised football and high level of professionalism.
Although they are relatively old in the footballing world, spending years in the regional structures. corners turned last season when unfortunately missed on promotional playoffs, their luck turned when they bought the status of Black Peril in the first division. The rest was history.
They are one of the few if not the only team in the First Division football to obtain a sponsorship.The Molepolole based side is powered by Tswana Gas something premier league clubs fail dismally to do,this goes to show how robust and visionary it’s leadership is.
Maladministration is not their language all they do is bring positive mood to the people of Molepolole through their efforts of teamwork, unity, good communication and solidarity, the key elements that’s being reflected on the pitch.
This acts have gone far as to attract big names in our local football like the legendary Monageng Thaele and Topo Piet, bringing a vast of experience to the team hence they are top of the log.
Let’s talk about supporters, the key stakeholders to their success, there is always a happy crowd especially the ladies who are always dressed up in team`s merchandise in all their games even on away matchdays
They are also engaged in Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) donating goods to the less privileged.A welcomed development from an influential footballing organisation in Masitaoka to change community and its livelihood through CSR.
Kudos to Masitaoka`s management for employing basic business technics into the beautiful game,As it stands Majatlhaga has the potential to not only be a superpower in Debswana First Division South(DFDS),but to dominate the Botswana Premier League(BPL) next season and continentally in the years to come.
Masitaoka have a hectic season upon them, they are the current log leaders in the DFDS and they have advanced to the last 32 of the Orange FA Cup.
BY:Tirelo Mosielele[BA(HONS) IN BROADCASTING AND JOURNALISM]/CO FOUNDER OF SPORTSNATION