The former Pirates captain wants winning to become a habit for Siwelele after their impressive run of results. The 39-year-old tactician has also stressed the importance of guarding against complacency as he tries to develop a winning habit within the squad.
The Bloemfontein based team has been collecting points under the radar and have gone 5 games unbeaten. Often they would find themselves dominating games and not winning them. In the last match, the head coach, Lehlohonolo Seema, added that one day his players will give someone on the bench a heart attack.
This means that they often fail to kill off the opposition, from winning positions. The importance and experience of Ndumiso Mabena and Lantshene Phalane will go a long way in there push up the league table.
Sera (Motebang) has been excellent as a mobile number nine, with (Ndumiso) Mabena and (Menzi) Masuku popping up in the inside spaces. This creates open space in the wide areas which the fullbacks make use of. Praise definitely has to go to the former Lesotho Captain and his technical team who have taken to coaching like a duck takes to water. Under (Steve) Komphela, they had a similar run but due to off-field issues their form did not remain constant. It seems like those issues are a foregone conclusion if recent results are anything to go by.
How far can this in form and exciting team go?
This article was written by a Soccer Laduma reader.