Waves vowed to bounce back

2020-03-19 06:02
Shock Waves midfielder Yongama Goniwe shaking things up in the midfield. PHOTOS: UNATHI OBOSE

Shock Waves midfielder Yongama Goniwe shaking things up in the midfield. PHOTOS: UNATHI OBOSE

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Shock Waves FC coach Buzane Mfakadolo from Thabo Mbeki informal settlement cited lack of fitness and loss of concentration as the two major contributors in their loss against Geel Booi Sporting FC from Site C on Sunday 15 March.

The match was played at Lingelethu Sports ground. Waves u.16 lost the game 2-1 after they went to half time trailing 2-0.

Mfakadolo said it is their first game of the year. “I’m still trying to find a good combination as I’m assembling a new team for this season. I have new players that we have just registered at the club. The boys are not gelling well yet, but we are hoping that when we open our league at the end of April we will be on fire,” he said, adding that the striking force and defense line are his areas of concern.

Mfakadolo said another concern is a place to train. “We don’t have a training ground. We are training along the N2 and we wish we can get a better training ground,” he said. He added that transport and soccer equipment are also a major problem. “We are appealing to local business people to support us. We only have one ball and our kit is too old,” he said.

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