Sello to chair PLMC

Sello to chair PLMC

MASERU – Matlama president Ikarabele Sello has been elected as the new chairman of the Premier League Management Committee (PLMC).
Sello takes over from Bantu president John Leuta after executive elections held last Friday at Bambatha Tšita Sports Arena.
Sello’s vice chairman will be Hlompho Maitin of Sefotha-fotha and the polls end Leuta’s three-year run at the helm of Lesotho’s elite league.

According to new PLMC communications and marketing manager Moeketsi Ramakatsa, the incoming executive committee will meet for the first time today to discuss the way forward in the premiership’s new era.

Ramakatsa said the new committee will devise plans to improve the country’s top-flight football.
“We are yet to meet as the newly-elected executive to discuss the way forward but, as an individual, I think we have to develop a website that will disseminate everything about the premier league including teams and players, especially for profiling players according to their age and their track record,” Ramakatsa told thepost on Wednesday.

“This will help a lot as both Basotho and people from other countries will have information about our premier league.”
The newly-elected PLMC committee comes into office after a 2017/18 league season that was marred by numerous scandals.
The new board will be hoping to put methods in place that will avoid any further embarrassment for the Econet Premier League in future.

New PLMC committee:
Chairman:
Ikarabele Sello (Matlama)
Vice chairman:
Hlompho Maitin (Sefotha-fotha)
Secretary:
Khotso Nthontho (Likhopo)
Vice secretary:
Bahaleroe Leleka (Linare)
Communications and marketing manager:
Moeketsi Ramakatsa (Liphakoe)
Member:
Donny Ntakha (Lesotho Defence Force)

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