By: Mapaseka Mofephe
On last Saturday Sky Battalion football club welcomed Limkokwing University FC at Machabeng ground Roma, whereby LUFC beat them 2:1.
This was one of the A division league games.
LUFC played so hard since the first blow of the whistle.
PhakoaneLefate LUFC striker scored the opening goal on the first half within 10 minutes.
“We played very well because that is what we have been working on throughout the week,” said LUFC coach Mr Ntlaloe Ntlaloe.
Ntlaloe said they looked at their previous game, where they played with new- born in A division league Mzamane FC.
“We drew 1-1 and told the boys that we should shoot while we are far rather than waiting to be in 18 yard box,” said Ntlaloe.
He further said goals scorer Lefatle in seven matches scored his fifth goal. He said Lefatle did what he told them to do at the practice sessions.
Ntlaloe said they are struggling to get sponsorship, but they are going to play very well until they get to premier league.
“We wrote letters to some of companies in the country, still waiting for their reply,” concluded Ntlaloe.
TelekisoThobi from Sky Battalion FC equalized with a free kick and first half ended 1-1.
LUFC showed a lot of determination on second half whereby their captain Lemohang Lintša scored the second and a winning goal.
“Our coach told us about Sky Battalion that they have speed, so we have to stop them by scoring from far of their 18 yard box and make sure that we penetrate their defence,” said Kelebone Komane vice captain.
LUCT are at position three with 16 points from five wins, one draw and lose one in seven matches.