Inspite of missing out on silverware this season, I hope the players have the heart to play next season. It has been a challenging season and inasmuch as there will be alot of flak and negative talk, we have to pick up the positives.
This season saw the highest number of junior players featuring for the first team at various levels. This exposure will prove vital in the coming seasons. Secondly some of the younger players proved their mettle when called upon to do so. This was clearly evident when we lost several players to the national team.
Thirdly, losing has now eased the pressure on us. The level of complacency that had set in needed to be dealt with and hopefully that is now a thing of the past.
We have new players rising up and that means new ambition and higher levels of energy. The senior players really need to get their act together. The club is bigger than any single individual and the best contribution one can give as a senior player is to set a good a example to the young turks.
Winning every game is important and it should make us happy when we win. Losing should not make us unhappy because that would negate what sportsmanship is all about. Im looking forward to a great new season with this team.
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