Black Leopards legend Coxwell 'Magic' Ratshivhadelo has revealed why he thinks his beloved club is always invited to relegation dogfights.
Lidoda Duvha are still stuck at the base of the DStv Premiership table and one more draw or loss in their next fixture could see them go back to the jungle that is the GladAfrica Championship.
"I'm concerned because I thought the way they played against the likes of Pirates would help them survive," Ratshivhadelo tells KickOff.com.
"But like I said before, to sell those best players was a very big mistake. You sell your best players but you don't buy quality players, you depend on the staff that you are having of which they are not at the same level as the ones you sold.
"I don't know how they will manage to climb this mountain. I don't wish them to be relegated because it's my home team and that's the only thing that we are having for now.
"Looking at their remaining games I'm having doubts they will survive. We had like five games in a row at home, and we only won the one against Pirates.
"As for the players, it's like they don't care about this brand, they just want to earn money that's all. And again, this thing of changing coaches now and then, and after you sell those players... you are not building a team when you do like that. I would say their chances of survival is 40 percent, I don't want to lie."