Buoyed by their come-back against Kaizer Chiefs at home last weekend, the Bloemfontein Celtic reserves will attempt to outsmart and subsequently beat Polokwane City on Sunday (29 January 2017) at Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium.
Celtic's assistant coach Jeffrey Legetla confidently said that their charges are immensely talented, humble and willing to play courteously in their endeavor to reach the pinnacle of the log. "We are truly blessed. The resilience produced by our talented and committed squad has been phenomenal this whole season."
Last weekend their fighting spirit was conspicuous when they played with vim after trailing by 2-0 and that is symbol of a championship team.
We are left with only four fixtures before we wrap the season and already players talking about their dream to clinch the title.
“Part of our major plan is to give opportunities to some of these players to be promoted and that has instilled some sense of winning mentality hence the current situation. Without underestimating City, our lads are focused and fantastically giving us the commitment we need. Contrary to what we experienced at the beginning of the season our goal scoring problems have been somehow solved and defense solidified" concluded the Siwelele mentor.
The game will be start at 10h00 and fans urged to collect free tickets (two per person) at compu-ticket and watch fantastic match.