Platinum Stars haven't been winning games lately. Dikwena find themselves in the bottom half of the PSL table after collecting only nine points from the 11 games they have played thus far. They will be taking on high-flying Cape Town City, who are fresh from lifting the Telkom Knockout trophy, Tuesday.
Supporters Club spoke to Itu Ramatshilo, a prominent Dikwena supporter, about the upcoming match and the current situation at the club.
"We need to buy at least three to four quality players. We have a very young and inexperienced team," he said.
"Maybe the fact that City won the Telkom Knockout will work in our favour because they are obviously still celebrating.
"Ever since Alan Clark started sitting on the bench with coach Johnson, things never worked for us. He shouldn't be sitting there, he must sit on the stands and let the coach and his assistant do their job. We want him to move from the bench."
Do you think Dikwena will change their fortunes against City?