MORRIS RUSIVO TO DECIDE ON HIS MOCHUDI CENTER CHIEFS CAREER

BY:Kabelo Seleka


GABORONE:Mochudi Centre Chiefs star player Morris Rusivo expressed distress to his team`s defense school boy errors following Township Rollers goal poacher Tumisang Orebonye’s nailing of the once mighty Kgatleng giants on Wednesday afternoon at the National Stadium in a four nil defeat.

Rusivo lamented that he will be meeting with his agent amid Magosi’s relegation fumbling. Rusivo believes his teammates could have done better in stopping 2018 btc premiership champions penetration of their weakling defense which could not help but cemented the Kgatleng outfit free fall from grace.

The 30 year old former Jwaneng Galaxy attacker was dissatisfied by his teammate’s reaction to Orebonye’s moment of brilliance. Rusivo said they conceded goals from school boy errors where they could have easily wrapped the game up.

“We conceded schoolboy errors goal, I must be honest with you, as long as we concede like this then there is nothing we can do, Orebonye was just going indirect, had they scored where they passed and knocked the ball around and create chances that are difficult to defend, we would say here we are, we have no choice, we are still fumbling in the relegation, and we have to pick ourselves up, without motivation, we have to pick ourselves up, I think we have to be motivated by the fact that we need to save team ya batho.”Alluded Rusivo.

The Magosi`s expatriate further elaborated that his agent will be travelling from Czech Slovakia on the twenty third of this month where they will map the way forward should Chiefs relegate.

For his comment, Chiefs caretaker coach Jalal Zaahid mentioned that for his team to survive the relegation ax they need to stop conceding early as this piles the pressure on the team.

Township Rollers coach Rudolph Zapata was delighted with his team performance. The Rollers gaffer when asked about any offers after his services said he has about two but his main focus now is the Rollers job. The former Gaborone United boss narrated that on the twenty seventh of this month will go back to his country  and blueprint the way forward amid allegations of not being a fan favorite at Popa.

“I have a couple(offers),but I want to finish first, and then May 27 I want to go back to my country. “Added Zapata.

Orebonye’s category A+ hat trick performance and a Kago Monyake thunderous goal away from the 18 yard arena condemned Magosi to the 14th spot of the btc premiership log after Prisons XI hurdled them into 13th after  their 2-2 draw with Miscellaneous.Rollers on the other hand extended their lead at the top of the log with 61 points, following  Galaxy`s major drop of points in a goalless draw with Orapa United.

Relegation bound Magosi’s fate will be determined in the remaining two fixtures, one with the league contenders Galaxy.

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