Kgakgamatso Ramatshosa (r) of Tafic SC with teammate Thato Mosweu
Tuesday May 01, 2018. 09:53
TAFIC head coach Rapelang ‘Razor’ Tsatsilebe says goalscoring has been a major problem for his side this season.
Matjimenyenga suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat to Miscellaneous in a BTC Premiership match at the Francistown Sports Complex on Saturday.
As a result, 14th-placed TAFIC remained in the relegation zone - three points behind 12th-placed Police XI.
"In football you should create and score (goals). Sometimes we are very unlucky," Tsatsilebe said.
"Just look at the own goal we conceded against Miscellaneous.
The Francistown-based side will now take on 13th-placed Sankoyo Bush Bucks on Saturday.
Tsatsilebe's side has netted 20 goals in 28 matches - conceding 33 in the process.
"(It is) heart breaking, if I may say. No team (has) dominated us, we don't score," he continued.
"Our game against Sankoyo on Saturday is (a) dog eat dog because we share the same challenge."