We need to redeem our selves , Serame

We need to redeem our selves , Serame

Musa Nyatama Bloemfontein Celtic facing Maritzburg United this Sunday, the players Siwelele players must  redeem themselves after their narrow loss to Chippa United.

”Our players were obviously disappointed, especially losing at home and their body language throughout the week showed their absolute determination to make amends while gradually climbing the league table.” This is how the Bloemfontein Celtic coach Serame Letsoaka described the mood in his camp in preparation of their crucial clash against the unpredictable Maritzburg United” said Serame

match is schedule to play at Dr. Molemela Stadium on Sunday the 21st of February in a game scheduled for

15h30 Kick-Off.

Serame also shared his concerns about injuries and the unavailability of senior players due to the accumulation of yellow cards, “It is going to be difficult playing without seasoned campaigners like Bevan Fransman who has proven to be a great leader and Alfred Ndengane who also showed massive defensive qualities but again that will allow some of our players to grasp the chance and show what they are capable off.”

Languishing at the bottom of the PSL log table, The Team Of Choice has recently displayed a huge fighting spirit. Celtic, however, will want to capitalise from any errors committed by their opponents especially when under pressure. Going forward remains United’s strength with diligent players like Kurt Leentjies and Evans Rusike lethally scoring goals with such great ability and that is what Letsoaka is wary of…

“Underestimating Maritzburg is tantamount to suicide, purely because of their aptitude to score goals and not losing shape easily. Fortunately our squad is balanced and our players understand the methodology that the technical team has introduced. Come Sunday, we will prove our ability to bounce back,” concluded the Celtic Head Coach.

Article:Madoda Ntuli

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