Friday, 23 February 2018

Pleas for a ‘free flowing’ referee.

GOING FOR GOULD: Morgan Gould of SuperSport United
is hoping for a free-flowing derby on Saturday.
Photo: Gerhard Duraan/BackpagePix
PRETORIA – Describing SuperSport United as a “small team that punches above their weight”, Morgan Gould believes Matsatsantsa a Pitori will get out of the rut they currently find themselves in.

And what better way to begin that process than with a victory in the Tshwane derby against league-leaders Mamelodi Sundowns at the Lucas Moripe Stadium tomorrow evening (kick-off 6pm).

“We’re trying to do better because we know we are in this position (a lowly 10th) with the same players we had last year (when they won the Nedbank Cup and reached the Caf Confederation Cup final). We were very fortunate and blessed to do what we did last year and we most definitely still want to do more,” Gould said.

For that to happen though, Gould and company must get the better of opposition which has not only generally had the better of this particular fixture but one also gunning for the championship.

Full story at IOL

By Matshelane Mamabolo.

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