Courage is a very tricky skill that requires one to be bold and accepting to move on with life. Platinum Stars’ loss to Kaizer Chiefs and their defeat in defending the MTN 8 trophy could not be a downfall but a wake up call to a great season. As the sun rose this morning, Dikwena looked back to what it could have been the best season, but slowly picking the momentum as the journey continues.
“Life is all about dusting yourself and getting the grips of what belongs to you. We lost and Chiefs beat us but we must now get back to the drawing board and seek what we always achieve, being success. In football, when the team wins, it is all jolly and cheerful, but when the team looses the few games, the wheel turns. A chance is all we need and we shall resume back and give back the moments we always give to our supporters” Allan Freese.
In the very same week, Dikwena will face Amakhosi again in the league match, at home on Wednesday at Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace. It will be a very interesting match, being a different ball game, and now the players will work hard to redeem themselves. “One would call it pay back but Chiefs does not owe us anything. We failed to score when we had an opportunity to, but like I said, football you win some and you lose some. Time will tell and all these will be forgotten. Platinum Stars has a story to tell, and that story goes beyond a single trophy. We have achieved our milestones so far and all that came with were cherry on top, that is a fact… We all need time, and when we get everything right, all will be back to normal” Freese concludes.