Fedics gain premiership entry

Fedics gain premiership entry

KEETMANSHOOP based Fedics United Football Club made history to become the first-ever Karas region team to gain promotion to the top flight after it scooped the Southern First Division League.

Namibian Football Association (NFA) league administrator, Tovey //Hoebeb yesterday confirmed the automatic promotion of Fedics to the top flight. The team over the weekend collected three valuable points after Mariental based Bee Bob Brothers football club failed to turned up for their encounter on Sunday.This left Fedics one point clear to top the league.On their way to the league title Fedics won 17 games, scoring 69 goals and only conceded 27 in 22 games.”We have worked hard all season and have a great team spirit to have achieved this within three years time since the team’s establishment in 2003,” a visibly delighted Martha De Klerk, president of Fedics FC said yesterday.De Klerk said that the team’s title win will be dedicated to one of the team’s founding members George Lexie De Klerk.Equally delighted Fedics coach, Wolfgang Cloete, yesterday said the team is more than prepared to flex their muscle against current premiership teams come next season.”We are confident to stay in the elite league of the country, come next season,” he warned.Cloete thanked the players for their dedication and commitment, saying their diligence led to the team’s triumph.The team over the weekend collected three valuable points after Mariental based Bee Bob Brothers football club failed to turned up for their encounter on Sunday.This left Fedics one point clear to top the league.On their way to the league title Fedics won 17 games, scoring 69 goals and only conceded 27 in 22 games.”We have worked hard all season and have a great team spirit to have achieved this within three years time since the team’s establishment in 2003,” a visibly delighted Martha De Klerk, president of Fedics FC said yesterday.De Klerk said that the team’s title win will be dedicated to one of the team’s founding members George Lexie De Klerk.Equally delighted Fedics coach, Wolfgang Cloete, yesterday said the team is more than prepared to flex their muscle against current premiership teams come next season.”We are confident to stay in the elite league of the country, come next season,” he warned.Cloete thanked the players for their dedication and commitment, saying their diligence led to the team’s triumph.

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