Siwelele out to redeem themselves
2/9/2018 5:17:32 PM

Bloemfontein Celtic’s Nedbank Cup, last 32 match, against Supersport United this Sunday (11 February) at Dr. Molemela will without a doubt produce attractive football compounded by goals looking at how the two sides fared in their last encounter. The visitors humiliated Celtic by 4-2 in a thrilling clash last Saturday and that has fuelled the spirit of revenge and zeal for Siwelele to redeem their image.

Celtic’s Team Manager, William Mothokoa, admitted that last weekend’s performance was lacklustre and alluded that missing some senior players in the squad somehow contributed, “We started very well at the beginning of the season but perhaps losing some experienced players like Alfred Ndengane, Wandisile Letlabika and Ronald Pfumbidzai through injuries left us vulnerable. Our technical team is focusing more on attacking and scoring goals because that will reduce the number of goals we are conceding.”

“Our supporters are strained and feeling down and the only way we can revive their spirit is by winning. Sunday’s game is crucial in many ways, we are still licking our wounds after losing last weekend, and we are motivated to qualify for the next stage of the competition” he concluded

This mammoth clash will kick-start at 15h30 and fans are urged to purchase their tickets at TicketPro outlets.