Bloemfontein Celtic are in the grips of one of the most turbulent years in the club's history. The fascinating thing about Phunya Sele Sele is that the team and its actual footballing performances seems intrinsically linked to the mood of its supporters; if they are happy, the team plays well.
So it went in the beginning of the year that when there were misunderstandings between management and supporters, the team's performance dipped.
"Things are better now," the head of the Bloemfontein Celtic supporters' interim committee, Mabena Pule, said.
"In the beginning of the year, we saw our team losing and wanted to know why. That's where the main concerns came from, and we wanted to keep Celtic in Bloemfontein.
"Things have stabilised, we have stopped losing and started drawing at least, and the supporters have started going back to the stadium. Things are looking up.
"Considering where we came from, things are good. Because when the players see things are not right, it makes them uncomfortable."
So it seems the team's performance is controlled by a powerful, yet invisible hand in the form of the passionate voices of the supporters. If they decide to rally behind their team, it is a powerful force, and it seems like it is in motion now.
Phunya Sele Sele next season may be a much different side, and even a force to be reckoned with.
What is your message to Celtic in this time?