Orlando Pirates coach Rulani Mokwena has argued that, perhaps barring log leaders Kaizer Chiefs, no team in the Absa Premiership has shown signs of putting together a winning streak of at least five matches.
The Buccaneers themselves have been blowing hot and cold and are eager to wrap up 2019 with back-to-back wins against Baroka FC and Black Leopards this month.
“We are looking for more consistency. I think generally in the PSL there is no consistency, if you watch South African football at the moment. Look at us where we are and we are five points off third position and we know we can have a better season, we should be having a better season,” Mokwena told reporters.
“But the reality also is that I don’t think there’s a consistent team in the PSL at the moment. I don’t see anyone winning four or five games in a row, except maybe the team in gold and black. But also maybe if we got a little bit of luck on our side we can put together a couple.”
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