Jomo Sono: ‘I’m the biggest loser here and should be the one panicking’

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Jomo Sono is facing yet another relegation threat. Photo: Sydney Seshibedi / Gallo Images
Jomo Sono is facing yet another relegation threat. Photo: Sydney Seshibedi / Gallo Images

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[Update: Cosmos lost 3-2 to TTM on Sunday.]

The fact that his 39-year-old institution, Jomo Cosmos, is in danger of being flushed out of the professional ranks does not really give Jomo Sono sleepless nights.

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