Tebza Explains His Role At Chippa
Teboho Moloi Has Discussed His Chippa United Role
Teboho ‘Tebza’ Moloi has discussed his role in the technical team at Chippa United.
Moloi was appointed as the caretaker coach of the Port Elizabeth outfit last week after the club decided to part ways with Dan Malesela, who had been the team’s head coach.
Moloi was in charge of the team in their 0-0 draw against Platinum Stars at the weekend and the former Orlando Pirates assistant coach has spoken about his role at Chippa.
“The boys showed character, we created chances which we could’ve converted, but I will take the point away from home. We are still lacking confidence in front of goals, but with this point, I can rest assured that the boys will realise that, there will be some games where we play away and come back with a point instead of losing the game. When we play home games, it becomes advantageous for us because it’s like we already have one point in the bag and we will just need to score one goal or two to get the maximum points.
“You can be a head coach, assistant coach, an interim coach, for just being in the technical team you have to respect and appreciate the opportunity of having to contribute towards the success of the team.
“My duty here is to teach, guide and take players to their utmost best, and to also help them to boost their confidence. It is very important for every coach to be able to take players to their next level.
“We have a strong squad that have a variety of players, youngsters and senior players, and it’s good for me and for the team. Some games I must go with the young players, and some games we will just have to go for senior players, everyone must just work hard and will get his chance to prove his worth,” Moloi told Chippa’s website.
The Chilli Boys will be at the Lucas Moripe Stadium tonight for their game against SuperSport United.
“This is like a baptism of fire. You come from Roger de Sa, now Eric Tinkler, this is a game where I will be hoping to get maximum points, but I will settle for a draw, as long as we don’t go home empty-handed,” said the former midfielder.
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