Mtibwa Sugar management outlines their plan of staying longer in the Vodacom Premier League for the coming seasons and making sure this season they avoid relegation.
Mtibwa Sugar has already completed 30 Vodacom Premier League fixtures and accumulated 34 points, as they had a draw in their latest fixture against Coastal Union.
Thobias Kifaru says Mtibwa Sugar will accept any defeat in their coming matches of Vodacom Premier League.
“As a club, we have planned to stay longer in the Vodacom Premier League for more seasons to come and for that to happen we are looking to collect all the points available if possible.
“Mtibwa Sugar is at a danger zone in the league standings, but as a big club, we are going to make sure we stay here for more seasons and win all other matches regardless who plays against us,” says Mtibwa Sugar spokesman Thobias Kifaru about their future in Vodacom Premier League.