Seema Discusses Complacency
Bloemfontein Celtic assistant coach Lehlohonolo Seema is adamant that the team cannot become complacent.
Bloemfontein Celtic assistant coach Lehlohonolo Seema is adamant that the team cannot become complacent, as they look into the new year.
Celtic ended 2017 with a 1-1 draw against SuperSportUnited at the Dr Molemela Stadium. Now, going into 2018, Celtic will start the year sat in sixth place on the Absa Premiership table.
After 14 rounds of action, sat on 20 points, Celtic are eight points behind log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns and nine points ahead of bottom of the log, Bidvest Wits.
With only 17 points separating the top and the bottom of the table, Seema has reaffirmed that they cannot become complacent.
“Anyone can see that there is an improvement in the team, but like I said, there is still a huge improvement and for us, we are not going to get complacent,” stated Seema.
Celtic will face Golden Arrows in their first league outing of 2018, on January 7, as they look to carry their form for the first half of the campaign into the second of the 2017/18 season.