Liphakoe back coach

Liphakoe back coach

MASERU-Liphakoe’s executive committee say they have no intentions of sacking head coach Thabo Tsutsulupa despite the side’s disastrous start to the Econet Premier League season.
Liphakoe are languishing at the bottom of the league table with a measly four points from eight games.
The Quthing side are the only team yet to register a victory this season but the club’s spokesperson, Tau Sebatli, insisted nothing has changed when it comes to the Liphakoe’s confidence in Tsutsulupa.

Sebatli said management remains confident the South African tactician can turn things around and he pointed to a couple of positive results over the past two weeks.
Liphakoe have played to successive goalless draws against Lioli and Lesotho Mounted Police Service (LMPS) and Sebatli said the club firmly believe their fortunes will change soon.
Sebatli said Liphakoe are hoping to collect more points in their remaining games in the first round.
“We are not under pressure at all (to sack the coach), we are patient; we have not lost in our last two games. We played Lioli and LMPS and drew with them, so you can say we are not losing games,” Sebatli said.

“We play well, but we don’t score goals and this is something the coach is always working on and we fully trust him. We have no intention at all to sack him, it’s something we are not even discussing, we are still left with about five or six games in the first round, we are focused on getting points,” he added.
Sebatli said Liphakoe are looking to get to January’s transfer window when they can sign players to help the team.
“The coach is not a problem at all,” Sebatli insisted.

“We are just not scoring goals, at the moment we are looking to get to January so that we can sign a few players, probably two or three, because we have to. It’s definitely going to happen, we need players to help us,” he continued.
The Quthing side are not in action this weekend and they will have three-week break until November 23 when they are slated take on Linare in Maputsoe.
10th-placed Linare aren’t doing well either and they could also view the game against Liphakoe as an opportunity to claim maximum points.

Liphakoe’s remaining first round matches:
23 November
Liphakoe vs. Linare (A)
30 November
Liphakoe vs. Lijabatho (H)
08 December
Liphakoe vs. Lifofane (H)
14 December
Liphakoe vs. LDF (A)
21 December
Liphakoe vs. LCS (A)

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