Outgoing Mpumalanga Black Aces coach Jacob Sakala wished the team well after completing his task of securing them a place in the Premier Soccer League next season.
Sakala revealed before their final PSL Promotion/Relegation that he would not be at the helm of Aces next season, and took the chance to thank everyone around him for the support he had and wished the team well in the top flight.
"We dominated. That's what I told the boys, to go and enjoy. Actually we tried some of the young boys to give them a chance. There were some who have never played this season," he said.
"All-in-all I would like to say thank you to all the players. They have done very well as a team. I also want to thank all the supporters and the Mpumalanga government."
Regarding what is needed for next season, he added, "We need to look for a few experienced players and patch here and there. We need strikers, two central defenders at the back and a holding midfielder. If we could find them, we would have a full squad that would deliver in the PSL."
Regarding his own future, he continued, "I think this will be between me and the management. I have nothing to say, but I would like to thank my family and the people of Mpumalanga. It has been a wonderful season."