Celtic travels to the Mother City
5/13/2017 12:18:06 PM

“When you are in a worrying situation, games of this magnitude can prove to be more difficult and affect the players psychologically,” said Bloemfontein Celtic COO Chabeli Motsamai commenting about the crucial upcoming fixture against Ajax Cape Town to be played on Saturday (13th May 2017).

Ajax has for years proven to be menacing at home especially against Celtic and are yet to taste defeat at home against the Mangaung based side. During the first round fixture between the two sides played in December last year at Dr. Molemela Stadium, Celtic was tormented by its own product Mark Mayambela who led his current team to a thrilling 3-0 win margin.

Motsamai believes in team work, proper understanding and fanaticism among players in order for them to survive. “It will require guts from each and every player not only to play well but venomously attack with great tactical discipline. The telepathy detected among players recently must be complimented with vigour and determination to win under any circumstances.”

“It will be a mammoth and uphill battle for us but still, it is possible go come back with three points. After the address made to players by our Free State premier Ace Magashule and a separate motivational session from Dr. David Molapo, we all realised that Celtic is not just a team but the people’s team.” he concluded.