Ajax Cape Town captain, Dominic Isaacs, believes their new coach, Roger De Sa, is the man to take the club to a higher level.
The former Bloemfontein Celtic man spoke to the Siya crew ahead of their encounter against Polokwane City tomorrow night at Athlone stadium. Unfortunately the player will not feature for the Urban Warriors after picking up a red card in the Nedbank Cup against Mamelodi Sundowns last Friday.
He revealed that the team has prepared well under the guidance of De Sa and they’re ready to win their second game at home.
“The preparations have gone well, Roger started on Monday and told us he’s going to try and squeeze a lot this week and needed us to focus. It’s vital for us to get a win at home, a second one after we won against Wits. We will have challenging away matches coming up. City won their first game against us in the first round and we can’t change but we must focus in the future and tomorrow’s game. The guys know what is at stake tomorrow.
“Roger is an easy going coach, he wants us to focus and work hard for each other. I think we’ll see positive changes in as far as our performance is concerned. He’s a nice coach to work with and I feel he’s the man to take the club forward to a new level,” said the Mitchell’s Plain-born defender.