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Social League To Expand

THE football and netball social league, in which Windhoek-based companies compete against each other, will spread to other towns next year. According to the managing director of the social league, Wendelinus Tibinyane, they had discussions with some teams outside Windhoek who have shown interest in forming a league.

“We had talks with a team called Erongo Red of Swakopmund and they are keen on having their own social league that side.

“If we manage to succeed in expanding the league outside Windhoek, five top teams from each town’s social league will play in one major tournament.

“But we are not yet sure that the league will be spread around the country, because only some teams have responded to the proposal,” he said.

The existing social league is scheduled to start in the first week of March next year with most clubs expected to have registered by January next year.

During the first week in February next year, social league officials will receive training on how to handle games in order to reduce the number of complaints that teams lay against referees after matches.

Speaking to the Windhoek Observer on Monday, Wendelinus Tibinyane confirmed that they are still struggling to attract sponsors.

“We are still finding it hard to find sponsors, so the money we receive from the clubs when they register is the money we use for the running of the league,” he added.

However, despite sponsors having failed to come on board, he was very optimistic about the way the league ended this season.

“This season the league was very successful because each team played all their required matches and the winners were awarded their prizes,” he said.

The league has scheduled play-offs for the top social football league group B and C finalists for the beginning of February. 

 

 

 

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