Teams that have been promoted to the Premier League from A division are not expected to come back after completion of the next season.
ADMACO Vice Secretary told top eight teams representations that were gathered at the Top 8 draw event at Bambhatha last week.
“Those that have succeeded we do not want to see them back, instead we wish them to participate in the CAF activities in future”, said Mifi Nteso.
Nteso said during the off season they should visit their coaches and management in order learn from them.
He told A division teams to work hard in the next season.
“We are not expected team that would attain negative three or six points.
Nteso urged the teams to read the laws of the game.
Lehlohonolo Makatjane ADMACO Vice Chairperson highlighted the teams that Premier League is expected to secure 14 teams.
Therefore, A division runners up and position 12 will meet at play offs games.
The team that collects more point would be expected to join or stay in the premier league teams.
Rantsubise Matete Matete thanked the teams’ management.
He wished them a well top 8 matches on May 5 and 6.
Matete told the gathering that teams belong to ADMACO, hence they should abide by the ADMACO laws and regulations.
“If teams do not comply with ADMACO laws and regulations they will face the consequences.
“Secondly, I am expecting good behaviour amongst A division fraternity“, said Matete.
He said A division lacks sponsorship, but Lesotho Football Association work hard to source something for them.
That is why they would be awarded prizes as incentives at the end of Top 8 games.
“At least teams are going to pocket half a loaf, which is better than no bread,” He concluded.