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BA's five year plan pays off BA

Mon, 7 July 2014 22:52
by Online Sport Reporter
News Flash




Black Africa's Marketing and Communication officer, Cassius Moeti

said the club's fourth successive league crown was attributed to the

fiver year strategic break through plan.

BA won the title this season for a fourth time in a row and a record

ninth titles more than any side in the history of the Namibia Premier

League (NPL).

" BA's success and achievement is the result and outcome of the

club's collective plans, focus and executive of the five year

strategic breakthrough plan, were we decided to win the MTC/NPL

title for five consecutive football season," said Moeti.

Moeti also said that success was also attributed to their main

sponsors, First National Bank (FNB) of Namibia, Safland Property

Developers, Metropolitan and PC Center.

" They have been assisting the champions financially and in­kind

for the past four years of their successful premiership history," He

said.

Moeti said the club have already set their eyes on a fifth title next

season.

" It will be business as usual again next season. We will also revisit

our five year plan breakthrough plan and workshop some of the

initiatives we need to focus on to adjust them to suit the demands

of new football season," Said Moeti.

BA will pocket N$1M plus a trophy at the forthcoming MTC/NPL

awards that will take place in the coming days.