Kick4Life vow to bounce back

Kick4Life vow to bounce back

Maseru-After suffering a heart-breaking 2-1 defeat at the hands of Econet Premier League leaders Bantu on Sunday, Leslie Notši says Kick4Life are determined to put the setback behind them when take on Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) on Saturday. The match will be part of a double header at the Ratjomose ground on a weekend that has been reserved for catch-up games. Kick4Life and LDF are fourth and fifth respectively on the log and both are fighting for a place in the top four.

It is a spot that is still wide open with Lesotho Correctional Service (LCS), Majantja and Linare all in with a shout as well. Notši maintained Kick4Life have to remain positive for their next game and work hard to get the results they need. “I believe we have to be positive for our next game with LDF, we also have to play the way we have been playing with self-belief and we should work hard,” he said.

“Apart from that we have to manage the game well defensively and, most importantly, we have to make sure we don’t put pressure on our players. All we need to do is to go there and play our game; we have a competitive team.” Notši said there will be changes to the team that played Bantu due to minor injuries. However, he insisted that wouldn’t change Kick4Life’s desire to play attacking football and get maximum points in order to keep their top four dreams alive.

“We lost against Bantu because we conceded very early then it was hard for us to recover from it,” Notši said. “We want to play a complete game together as a team and I think we are capable of getting into the top four positions this season looking at the way we have played,” he said.

Weekend fixture


LMPS vs. Bantu (PTC 15:00)
Likhopo vs. Liphakoe (Ratjomose 13:00)
LDF vs. Kick4Life (Ratjomose 15:00)


LCS vs. Sky Battalion (LCS 15:00)
Sefotha-fotha vs. Linare (13:00)

Midweek (Wednesday)

Liphakoe vs. LMPS (Ratjomose 15:00)
Majantja vs. LDF (Mohale’s Hoek 15:00)

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