Struggling premiership side Tsholotsho FC have beamoned fatigue as one of the causes for the poor performances in their 2017 campaign.

Bottom placed Tsholotsho is this far the only team yet to taste victory after recording 9 draws and 12 loses in a campaign that has seen them conceding 21 times more than they have scored.

Their most recent draw was during their Thursday (yesterday) encounter against equally troubled defending champions Caps United, which ended in a 1-all stalemate at Luveve Stadium.

An adamant Tsholotsho head coach Darlington Dodo however maintains his side still has time to survive the relegation chop.

He however noted that having to play their home matches away in Beitbridge was a huge contributing factor to the team’s poor performance.

Iziqholo Zezhwane as Thsolotsho is affectionately known will have to start picking maximum points if they entertain any hopes of survival starting with their next fixture against fading Bulawayo giants, Highlanders.