Moloi: Bringing Elements Of Barcelona And Real Madrid To Chippa
Teboho Moloi Talks His Strategy For Chippa United
Chippa United caretaker coach, Teboho Moloi, says he is working on bringing into the Port Elizabeth outfit some of the things done at big clubs from around the world.
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Moloi is preparing Chippa for Sunday’s match against Bloemfontein Celtic. In the two matches that Moloi has been in charge, Chippa drew with Platinum Stars (0-0) and SuperSport United (1-1) respectively.
The match for the Chilli Boys and Celtic will be at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. Moloi says his side is bringing to its game elements from the likes of Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
“It is important on Sunday to start restoring the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium as our fortress, and for us to achieve this we invite our fans to come in numbers and support the boys. The Chippa United choir is the voice behind the success of the club.
“We continue our work with the guys working on both their confidence and self-belief. Sometimes it is not how you fall but how you pick yourself up and move forward, for instance, following the loss to Baroka.
“It is our duty as coaches to guide the players so that they can reach their level best, and if we do not do that we would be failing them. What we took out of the two games (against Platinum Stars and SuperSport United) is that the players understand now that the speed of the game has to change.
“We are bringing in elements of what you see with Atletico Madrid, pressing and high intensity, the patience of Barcelona, the speed to Real Madrid and add a South African flair as the cherry on top.
“Celtic is dangerous, especially now as a wounded team. They play at high intensity and it is always the case with Serbian born coaches. They will come to Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium hoping to cause an upset. We need to work on our creativity going forward. We need to use our speed and finish the chances we create,” Moloi has been quoted on Chippa’s website.