Absa Premiership

Tsutsulupa opens up on Swallows' rapid fall

2017-04-05 11:03
Lefa Tsutsulupa (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Moroka Swallows captain Lefa Tsutsulupa believes that there are certain people that should take full responsibility for club’s demise.

The Dube Birds have been relegated consecutively for three seasons and now find themselves in the SAB League after being demoted to the ABC Motsepe League over the weekend.

Tsutsulupa, who donned the famous Swallows colours on 235 occasions, revealed that he is not completely shocked by the once PSL giants fall from the top tier league.

"It was a sad day for football, but I would be lying if I say I was shocked,” said Tsutsulupa as quoted by the SowetanLIVE website.

"When you run a team in a way some Swallows bosses I can't mention did, this is what happens. Some people must take full responsibility for this.

"When you are working with people you must be professional, the club lacked professionalism at some aspects. Maybe it needed to die so that it can be started afresh by efficient and committed people.

"In football miracles happen. I am positive that maybe we will see the team coming back in the future. It will not be easy because they are in the SAB League now and it will take many stages to come up."

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