We now look forward to being competitive in the league. We suffered another first round exit in the Telkom Knockout tonight against Baroka FC at Old Peter Mokaba Stadium. In a disruptive weekend that saw the kick off time of the game being changed after only arriving in Polokwane in the early hours of the morning after a delay in travel, the weekend just did not improve for us as we went a goal down in the first minute against Bakgaga. From the kick off, they played to the right and then put a well placed cross in for Makagaka.
Chippa then had a flourish of play before the break, where they pushed into the half from different angles and created an opportunity for Mbenyane which had Gumede diving to make the save. This style of play continued for both sides in the second half. We created a number of chances and play livened up with the introduction of Sibiya, Jooste and Zuke, but nothing we threw at the visitors was enough to catch them off guard.
The team will have a couple of weeks break before playing at home against Baroka FC at home on the 11th November. The Diski Boys get back into action tomorrow as they face off against Bidvest Wits in their 6th encounter of the season. The game will be played at Bidvest Stadium with a 10am kick off. The youngsters have not been lucky so far this season and have lost two games and drawn two due to their finishing in the last third.
A positive to take back to the practice pitch in preparation for upcoming games would be a solid foundation for Coach Seema and the team to build on. Coach Seema is hoping that Nkosinathi Sibisi will be fit for the match after receiving a head injury against Mamelodi Sundowns. “We’re still trying to give them as much game time as we can because the league is a marathon and it’s going to be a difficult one, ” Seema said.
We went into the break with a well deserved lead. The second half started with a double substitution from the visiting side as they looked to change formation and game plan to try and obtain an upper hand. They managed to retain better possession and keep us under more pressure than the first half. In the 60th minute they had an opportunity to equalise after the ball was handled in the box, but the resulting attempt at conversion by Lorch was way over the mark.
Kick off at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium will be at 15h00. After a 10 day break in games after returning from Limpopo, tomorrows fixture will be an important one as we look to keep our momentum in the 2020/21 competition. Collecting 3 points at home could keep us at a well fought for position on the table. We would be able to maintain a position in the top 3 and continue a fight to regarded as serious contenders in the seasons competition. The team will have to maintain their focus on the pitch, and maintain the teamwork shown in their last encounters in order to come out on top come game time.
We had a couple of moments of promising play, but nothing that looked threatening enough to Tignyemb who had an easy night in the goals tonight. In the 23rd minute Celtics persistence in playing the ball deep up field paid off when Mabasa found himself one on one with Gumede and made no mistake in his shot, giving the visitors an early lead in the game. A half time substitution from us saw Conco replace Sabelo in an attempt to up the tempo of the game, which did not have the results that we wanted. Although we seemed to dominate the field in the second half, we could just not break past the defence of our opponents. Lamola had a chance to pull one back, but Tignyemb managed to fall on the ball, killing it and denying the one decent attempt we had on target.
We would like to thank all of our support throughout the season, and can not wait to see our supporters as soon as it will be possible. It was an intense battle for points tonight at Emirates Airline Park. Both Bloemfontein Celtics and us were wanting to secure maximum points from the outing but ended up settling for a point each after full time. From the first minute of the game it was clear that both teams were going to try and determine the game plan and then counter that going forward. This ended up in a midfield battle with neither side backing down to allow each other space to attack. We had a number of shots on target, with Parusnath having a good chance, but he was unable to get enough power into his shot to beat the keeper. Once again, Mlungwana did well between the sticks and had a couple of shot stoppers for us and kept us in the game.
Nkosingiphile Gumede did well to defend his goals, however Makgaka come close, hitting the post from a shot from range. The second half was a similar affair, with Pirates finding more shots on target than us. We did well on the counter though but just lacked that final finishing to capitalise on our efforts. In general our defensive play looked more solid than usual, but we never took advantage of the efforts up front and need to find some solid finishing if we want to improve on our point tally. We return to the field after the international break with a home game against Orlando Pirates at Princess Magogo Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
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They received little resistance from the visiting defenders and Conco began his scoring spree. Twenty six minutes in he opened his account, taking the lead up to three goals. Just before the break, Chippa were awarded a goal after a mix up in defence gave Tofile an opportunity to gain a bit of momentum for the visitors. The celebration was short lived for them as Conco slotted his brace just 3 minutes later. Returning from the break, the visitors looked a little more confident, but still lost possession too often and allowed us to attack from all angles. Conco was then lucky enough to score his hat-trick and then fourth goal in the 79th and 89th minute of the game.
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This will be the second consecutive year we will be paricipating in the Wafa Wafa (do or die) competition. Last yaer our first game of the season was an MTN encounter againt Bidvest Wits. The game ended up going to penalties to decide the winner after drawing 2-all with the Clever Boys after full time. A dramatic ending saw us eventually knocked out in the quarter finals after Wits won 4-3 on penalties. A stronger start will be the aim for the side tomorrow, and Sundowns will be a tough opponent to beat. That said, we are more than capable of taking the win from the Brazilians.
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We were determined to come away with the 3 points, and with minutes to spare were awarded a free kick just outside the box. Venter took responsibility for the set piece, struck the ball well and it found the back of the net, beating Chipezeze. The home side attempted to fight back for the equaliser, and almost managed to tie the game up but were in the end, not successful because of some great defensive work by our back four. A good start on the road, and we will aim to continue the positive result as we face off with Black Leopards on Saturday night. Both the technical team and players will swing their focus back towards the league in securing as many points as possible before the festive break.
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A level head is needed on the field, as well as determination to secure a win, but it is not an impossible task If you are a supporter and can get to the stadium, we would love to see you there in support of the boys in this important encounter in our 2018/19 season. We have suffered a home defeat to Siwelele at the Princess Magogo Stadium tonight. From the first minute of the game, the team just did not seem to get into the groove of the game and allowed Bloem Celtic to get behind the defence.
The team will be hungry to secure points to stay in the top half of the log and will fight for this as they visit us. The game will be televised on SuperSport 4 (204) but we urge you to get to the stadium and enjoy the action live and get behind the boys. Tickets will be available at the stadium at R40 for adults and R15 for kids under 12. If you’re not able to get there, then follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for all of the game updates.
We got off to a solid start on Sunday, with a 2-nil win against Maritzburg United. A 90 minute team performance saw Knox Mutizwa open the scoring on the 71st minute and after some amazing defending and goal keeping to deny an equaliser, we sealed the game 2 minutes into extra time as Lamola found the back of the net. Celtic similarly had a good start to the season as they beat Chippa 2-nil at home. Last season, we played to a 1-all draw at home to Celtic and then lost 2-1 when we met them at Dr Molemela Stadium.
Celtic sealed the game in the 50th minute. Dlamini scored for them and made sure that we had to fight back hard to just stay in the game. Not a great result from us, and it will cause unnecessary pressure as we prepare for the Cup game on Sundowns at Lucas Moripe Stadium. We start our week off tomorrow with our first home game in the 2018/19 ABSA Premiership season against Bloemfontein Celtic. The mid-week encounter kicks off at 19h30.
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At the start of the new extension, the Mayor, Cllr Mxolisi Kaunda, cut the ribbon to the extension before the participants were allowed to walk along the newly constructed extension while being entertained along the way. Mayor Kaunda then welcomed and addressed the crowd before being handed signed jerseys from Durban’s four major sports teams, Lamontville Golden Arrows, The Sharks, The Dolphins and AmaZulu FC. Head coach Steve Komphela was the one who handed the jersey over to the mayor and had a few words to say “Education and Sports are the same, they carry the same values. Respect dignity, co-existence, anything that you can think of is embedded in sports and so is education” After being addressed by the MEC as well as a vote of thanks from ECOD Chairperson, Cllr Sipho Kaunda, the walk participants were further entertained while enjoying refreshments.
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