Southern Region Football Association (SRFA) has hailed Max Bullets FC for earning promotion to the TNM Super League.
In an interview on Tuesday, SFRA’s chairperson Raphael Humba said the region’s champions have made it with three games to spare, a feat which he described as no mean achievement.
“It has taken some time for champions in the Premier Division to earn promotion the way Max Bullets have done it. We wish them well as they embark on a journey to the elite league next season.
“They have plenty of time between now and April to build a formidable side which can withstand the heat while there,” he said.
Humba expressed concern with the trend of teams from the South, who get relegated just a season after getting promoted and said his association would offer advice on how the team can survive in the Super League.
“It is unfortunate that our advice is not taken seriously, as a result teams get relegated after staying in the Super League for just a season. Examples are Bvumbwe Research, Evirom and currently Fisd Wizards,” said Humba.
Meanwhile, Max Bullets owner, Maxwell Kapanda, said he will comment on the action plan for his team in due course. n