Amajimbos head coach, Molefi Ntseki declares that he has worked extensively in rectifying the flaws which allowed his U17 side to surrender a two-goal lead in their African Youth Championships opener against current holders, Ivory Coast.
The Amajimbos mentor will lead his side against Mali this afternoon in the second group match which will be played at the Municipal Stadium.
“We only managed to get one point from our opening match on Monday afternoon, but I was very impressed with the performance the boys displayed,” said Ntseki on the South African Football Association website.
“We have had tactical sessions with the boys to rectify the flaws from our first game along with mental preparations going into our second match and training has been going well,” he added.
“We are not going to focus too much on the Malians but rather on what we as a collective can achieve.”
“The boys are fully prepared for the task at hand, and we believe they will give it their all come this afternoon. They are aware of where we currently lie and they too want to write their names in the history books of South Africa,” concluded the youth mentor.