Stars Coach Laments Poor Performance
Free State Stars Unhappy With Performance Of The Team
Free State Stars coach, Luc Eymael, was left unhappy with his team’s performance this past weekend.
Stars suffered a 3-0 hammering by Bloemfontein Celtic in the Free State derby on Sunday afternoon and the Belgian coach is displeased with the team's display against their rivals.
“We really did not come to the party today, so I want to apologise to the people of Bethlehem, supporters as well as the management. We were not there today we created one chance with Mohammed Anas which could have been one all, but it’s unbelievable to miss these kinds of chances. At one all the game can change completely. We started well in the second half but generally, we did not come to the party,” said Eymael after the game as quoted on Stars website.
“I told my players today that winners never go reverse but today we played completely reverse. I told my players that it’s a derby and in the derby, you don’t just play a derby, you play to win it.
“It’s the fourth time this season since I take over that we can be in the top three. One time you can understand, two times you can still understand but fourth times I can’t agree with that.
“I hope that my players will bounce back and the supporters and management back with a win.
“Now the ball is in the court of the players to bounce back I do my utmost best during the week all the time. It’s our worst game I have ever seen from my team,” explained the coach.