Maritzburg United need to fix mistakes against Bucs, says Shandu

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Maritzburg United Maritzburg United midfielder Bandile Shandu says Bucs are beatable.
Maritzburg United Maritzburg United midfielder Bandile Shandu says Bucs are beatable.

Maritzburg United midfielder Bandile Shandu is confident the Team of Choice will bounce back with a victory over desperate Orlando Pirates, but they need to minimise their mistakes and play as a unit to achieve that.

Both United and the Soweto giants will be looking to return to winning ways in the DStv Premiership when they meet at Harry Gwala Stadium on Saturday at 5 pm following disappointing results midweek. The match will see United’s former skipper Richard Ofori returning to the venue and facing his former team for the first time since his departure prior to the current season.

Shandu and his teammates suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat at home against TS Galaxy, while Pirates played to a goalless draw with Golden Arrows in thei last encounters. Before that, the Buccaneers had lost 2-0 to Black Leopards while the United drew 0-0 with AmaZulu last weekend.

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