Lioli to elect new NEC

Lioli to elect new NEC

TEYA-TEYANENG – Econet Premier League giants Lioli held their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Sunday to present the report about the overall performance of the club’s administration and technical departments for the year 2018/19 at Teya-Teyaneng Primary.
The purpose of the AGM was to turn the past negative challenges and experiences into lessons for the upcoming Premier League season and other tournaments approved by relevant sports authorities.
The club’s outgoing president, Lebohang Thotanyana, thanked the members of Lioli for showing confidence in his long service of 12 years in the club.

Thotanyana appreciated the role played by each colleague who supported him in a meticulous and meritorious way during his presidency of the club to achieve the club’s vision.
“In these many years of service, I served alongside men and women who dedicated their time and money to see through the dream of achieving the kind of club we have today. Some of those heroes who deserve a standing ovation are no longer here with us today,” he said.
“Their role and effort has been visible in the performance of our team and the milestones that we have reached. I would like to thank our players who without this club would not be what it is today and sponsors who have stood with our club through thick and thin,” the report reads.
‘Tse Nala’ competed in the 2018 Top 4 Independence Cup in October last year and emerged winners following an unbeaten run beating Matlama 2-1 and Bantu on penalties.

However, the 2018/19 league season was a tough one overall for Lioli as they missed out on the opportunity to defend their Independence Cup title by finishing seventh in the Econet Premier League with 36 points after winning 11 games, drawing three and losing 12.
The club’s secretary general, Sello Monamoli, said some members of the Executive Committee were mandated to serve again from January 2019 following resignation and subsequent reinstatement of the President, first Vice President and Secretary General in his report.

“The aforesaid top Executive Committee members tendered their resignations on 17 and 18/12/2018 respectively after it had become evident that the infighting and insubordination by some Committee members made it difficult for the President to control and give direction to his management team and the Club in general, which of course led to declined performance of the Club,” the report reads.
In an interview with Monamoli, he said Lioli’s board pleaded with Thotanyana to get back to duty along with three other members that resigned with him at a Special Conference which was held in January this year.
However, Monamoli said the three members ceased to attend committee meetings even after a “show cause” invitation to explain their failure to attend meetings could not be regarded as clear signals of sabotage to the administration of the club.

“We are looking forward to fill the vacant positions of the resigned members in the executive committee on Sunday of which I doubt that will be successful since we now have only two members left from the 2016/17 Committee which was expected to work until the 2019/20,” Monamoli said.
“Since there are no resolutions made from the AGMs, there is a probability that we might elect the new Executive Committee,” Monamoli said.

Mpinane Moshoeshoe


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