University of Pretoria midfielder Thabo Mosadi believes that the break from the league action will make them a stronger unit, rather than disrupting their rhythm.
Tuks are on the back of a 2-0 win over Golden Arrows, played last weekend, after experiencing indifferent results in prior matches, and Steve Barker and his charges would ideally have wanted to play their next game sooner rather than later in order to build on the momentum.
However, the Katlehong-born Mosadi does not seem to think so, instead saying that the Tshwane side is yet to reach its true potential this season. Their next game is against Moroka Swallows in the Telkom Knockout next Saturday.
Mosadi told the Siya crew, “I don’t think our momentum will be affected because we’ve been training and playing friendly games. The break helps us to get better and reach a new level. We will become stronger as a team because we didn’t really have a good start to the campaign.
"We will be ready for Swallows. In the league they beat us, but that was a fluke goal by Lerato Chabangu. It’s round 2 and we’ll see. But we will beat them this time!”
By: Lunga Adam
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