Friday Nov 07, 2014. 15:04
A surprise team of this season, BMC Football Club is still unbeaten after 10 weeks of football.
The Lobatse based side wasn’t in the top 8 last season only just surviving relegation.
Their failure to do well in the 2013/14 season was necessitated by the infighting that had engulfed the team. They spent the better part of last season in the courts of law fighting for ownership of the club.
The club is now under new management, that of Raymond Gilika. The past owner is said to be paving way for the new man who has already started attending the league board meetings as the Chairman of BMC.
On Wednesday their encounter against Mochudi Centre Chiefs was the game of the week. Though they conceded first they came back into the game and stole a point.
BMC are now on 22 points and second on the log with defending champions Township Rollers on top with 24 points. Both sides are still unbeaten and are yet to play against each other.
BMC's Zimbabwean striker, Sageby Sandaka, leads the race for the golden boot with 6 goals along with Rollers’ Jerome Lewis. The Namibian Lewis has been a consistent goal scorer of Rollers since he joined a season ago.
With only five games left to the end of the first round, it is difficult to see exactly who has the upper hand between the two unbeaten sides.