Touch and Go FC wants community input

25 Jun 2015 14:10pm
WINDHOEK, 25 JUN (NAMPA) – Relegated Namibia Premier League (NPL) outfit, Touch and Go Football Club (FC), is calling on the Otavi community to give their input to the club on how it can return to the NPL.
The team is planning on holding a general meeting at the Otavi Community Hall on Saturday at 14h00.
The team that plied its trade in Namibia's elite league during the 2014/15 season will play in the North-West First Division (NWFD) in the 2015/16 season after ending 14th on 31 points out of a 16-team league.
Touch and Go public relations officer, Jefta Gaoab, told Nampa on Wednesday they are planning on making a return to the elite league in the 2016/17 season and would like input from the community on how to run things if the team is to return to the top of Namibian football.
“All players, prospective players’ supporters, sympathisers and the community of Otavi are invited to the general meeting,” he said.
Gaoab explained that up for discussion will be Touch and Go’s performance review for the 2014/15 NPL soccer season and the way forward for the 2015/16 National First Division, amongst other things.
“We are calling on everyone to join us on Saturday and give their ideas on how things can be run in the 2015/16 NWFD season,” he stated.