Sunday, 19 May 2013

The Chairman's Corner

Good day to the Galaxy, after not writing anything in the past two weeks i now again find myself giving you something to cheer about. We have collected some valuable points in the matches played since then and i must say the commitment being shown by both players and technical stuff has been superb. Though financially we are struggling we have managed to put together a very competitive team for the league.

Last week in very difficult circumstances our senior team beat Khensani by two goals to one playing with only 12 players all in all. This has been the story of the Galaxy as no matter what the circumstance is, we always strive to do our best to achieve our goals. This weekend so the senior team again collecting maximum points against Roman Stars AKA Amie Joe by beating them 3-2 at Block P in what coach Masala says was a tough match. Well done to our boys as they are now number 5 on the log with 6 wins and 18 points.

Our U19 were off last week so they only got to play their fifth game this week against a tough Eddie Sport who have also not lost a match. I was watching that particular match and i must say we could have won it by maybe 3 goals to one, but drawing 1 all was also a good result as it means we stay unbeaten in that division as well after four wins and a draw. The team is doing well and i hope they continue with the good work instead of getting complacent.

The Under 13 on the other hand is a team that one could say it is still in the gelling state and results will not mean much at this point. Regardless of that point the boys have also collected maximum points in the last two weeks like they senior team. They beat Super Eagles and Makaunyane Sundowns by one goal apiece in matches they could have easily won by more than five goals bar poor decision making. But they are young boys and can only learn and improve with each game.

To all the Galaxy people we are looking at the week ahead with optimism and thank you very much for your support.

Chairman: Thizwihangwi Nemanashe