Bolivia based striker’s dream up in smoke

Moorosi Tsiane

FORMER Likuena striker Thabiso Brown’s dreams of playing in the Bolivian Premier League suffered a knock as his side finished fourth in the group of seven teams and failed to get promotion.

Brown joined the Bolivian Nacional B Bolivian Nacional B outfit Deportivo Sur-Car in September this year and his target was to help the team gain promotion into the elite league but that has not gone as hoped.

“I joined this team hoping to help them qualify for the Premier League but unfortunately things didn’t go as we had all hoped and we failed,” Brown told the Sunday Express recently.

“We finished fourth in our group of seven, so that means we will have to go back to the drawing board and prepare for the next season which will resume in January next year.”

Brown said he was disappointed that they failed to qualify as they had a good team on paper.

“It is very disappointing that we failed to reach that milestone because on paper, we had one of the strongest teams here. It is a team which we beat in this play offs which went all the way to gain promotion. Unfortunately, we failed to produce the results and here we are,” he said.

Brown said he was still undecided regarding his future with the club as there are a few Premier League teams which have shown interest in hm.

“In January I will know where I stand since a few Premier League teams have written to my club asking to assess me. I will only know later what is going to happen,” Brown said.

The former Kick4Life marksman also took cleared the air about the rumors that along with his former Kic4Life teammate, Khosi Mafisa have been sacked by Deportivo Sur-Car.

“I don’t know who is spreading the rumors but it is false. To start with, I don’t play for the same team as Mafisa. We are still on good terms with my current club and they are happy with my performance,” Brown said.

In 12 play-offs which Brown played in, he scored 10 goals and finished as the first

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