Hunt On Majoro: He Makes The Ball Stick
Gavin Hunt Is Happy With Lehlohonolo Majoro's Contribution To The Team
Bidvest Wits head coach, Gavin Hunt is happy with Lehlohonolo Majoro’s work rate, saying that their main problem with strikers last season was that they couldn’t score enough goals.
The Students’ win over Cape Town City last weekend saw them extend their unbeaten run to six matches in the Absa Premiership as they moved up to eighth place on the league standings.
Speaking after the game, Hunt revealed that his side showed resilience during their win over the Citizens, but admits that there is still a long way to go.
“We showed resilience, a couple of new signings has been good for us. Freshness in the team but we are missing a lot of players but it is a long way to go, we’ve got eight games to go,” Hunt told the media.
When asked about the quality that his January signing, Majoro, brings to the team, the Cape Town-born head coach said, “He makes the ball stick and that is what you have to do as a striker, if the ball doesn’t stick then you cant play, it doesn’t matter who unless you have Lionel Messi.
“But, you got to make the ball stick, he can do that. For me, even last year we had four number nines and I think they got five goals between them and we won the league, so if you make the ball stick, the team can play and we will get goals and that is what he does,” he added.