The National Football Association of Swaziland’s (NFAS) President, Senator Adam Mthethwa has urged Young Buffaloes FC to turn the tables in Cape Town when the play against Cape Town City FC on Tuesday in the TOTAL CAF Confederation Cup second leg matches. Currently, the South African side has an advantage over the local team as they won the first leg encounter by a solitary goal. Inorder for Young Buffaloes to progress, they have to win the match by at least 2-1 as they can progress by the away goal rule.
“As a person, you want to achieve in life and nothing is impossible, which is the same scenario with Young Buffaloes FC. I am sure that each one of you wants to make history for the country and this is a perfect opportunity to do so”, said the President of the NFAS. He also reminded the team that by bidding them farewell, they must know that they have received the blessings from the elders of the country of which they won’t be by themselves as they travel to Cape Town.