Kaizer Chiefs coach Molefi Ntseki is looking for his first DStv Premiership win after losing 1-0 to TS Galaxy on Sunday.
ALSO READ: Kaizer Chiefs announce Colombian striker
KAIZER CHIEFS LOSE TO TS GALAXY
Following a 2-1 win over Cape Town City in the MTN8 quarterfinals last weekend, Amakhosi’s league clash with the Rockets resulted in a lacklustre 1-0 loss at the Mbombela Stadium on Sunday, where goalkeeper Brandon Petersen conceded an own goal on 49 minutes.
The result left Amakhosi in 12th position with two defeats and one draw.
ALSO READ: Amakhosi find the new Castro?
ALSO READ: New Orlando Pirates star missing
MOLEFI NTSEKI ON WHAT’S GOING RIGHT
Chatting to the media after the game, Ntseki revealed what is allowing him to sleep better at night.
“We have brought some quality players and the mood in the camp is good. It’s just unfortunate that [we lost because] we’re expecting to get good results out of this,” he said to SuperSport TV, as quoted by iDiski Times.
“But I think in terms of the attitude in the camp it’s very good, the players are looking forward to a good season because we are having a very good mood in the camp.
The former Bafana Bafana coach concluded by suggesting Amakhosi will sure can better in time.
“Tactically we are still working on our different formations in terms of the players coming on from the bench, those coming on from the stand but I think today it leaves us with a very huge assignment in terms of how we prepare going forward,” Ntseki concluded.
Meanwhile, the Glamour Boys are looking ahead to a home clash against AmaZulu on Saturday, 26 August at 17:30.
You can find more articles from Siseko Gwegwe here.