Former Golden Arrows midfielder, Kagisho Dikgacoi, has backed his former side, Golden Arrows, to survive relegation in this season's PSL campaign.
It has been a tough season for Abafana Bes’thende, who are rooted at the bottom of the Absa Premiership table and have amassed a mere 13 points in 21 games.
They will be hoping to start collecting maximum points and hope for Polokwane City, who are in 15th position with 19 points after 23 games, to drop points along the way.
It is no secret that the prospect of relegation is real for Shaun Bartlett’s side, but Dikgacoi, who plays for Crystal Palace in the English Premiership, has thrown his weight behind the club where he spent four years.
“I don’t follow the league regularly, but when I check the league table, I see that Arrows are down there. I thought by now they would have moved up but it hasn’t happened. Hopefully they will start picking up points because I don’t want to see them relegated. They must take themselves out of that situation," said the Bafana Bafana midfielder.
"I’ve been there with the team and been in a situation where our backs were against the wall, so the guys must just stick together, keep working and supporting each other. That’s all they need to do,” he concluded.
Arrows' next match is against Wits at King Zwelithini Stadium on Saturday, where they will be gunning for three points, especially seeing that it is one of the few remaining homes games for the club.