LCS acquires ladies team
LCS FC has taken over administration of Masianokeng Sports Academyâ€™s ladies team as its own and is now going by the name, LCS FC Ladies.
The ladies team will use LCS FC resources including the coaching personnel and playing grounds for its official matches.
LCS FC spokesperson, Kofa Rantai said the team would however continue to use its Masianokeng ground for training sessions while it would play its home games at LCS Ground popularly known as Water Front Stadium.
He said they took only the ladies team from Masianokeng Sports Academy as they never had a ladiesâ€™ team.
The deal means that LCS now has a team plying its trade in the District Football Association (DIFA) League Maseru.
Rantai said the teamâ€™s management structures and facilitators have not changed, although it would enjoy the technical assistance of LCS FC head coach, Shalane Lehohla and his technical team.
Masianokeng Sports Academy founder, Tlokotsi Ndlovu told Newsday Sports that they signed an agreement with LCS FC management on the clubâ€™s operational strategy and the way forward.
He said deal would allow the team access to more resources, facilities and technical support.
Ndlovu said they hoped to grow their partnership with LCS to a point where Masianokeng Sports Academy would be a feeder club to provide LCS FC Ladies with young, upcoming talent.