Bloemfontein Celtic interim coach Lehlohonolo Seema admits he doesn’t know what to expect from Buya Msuthu when the two sides meet in the Nedbank Cup on Saturday.
The intriguing Nedbank Cup Last-32 clash between Celtic and Buya Msuthu will be played at Moruleng Stadium this Saturday.
The 36-year-old admits that he is heading into the unknown when they travel to the Moruleng Stadium to take on Buya Msuthu in the Round of 32.
‘We don’t know what to expect from Buya Msuthu even though we did try our best to somehow research about them,’ Seema told the Bloemfontein Celtic website.
Seema admits that it’s going to be a ‘tough’ encounter, and has acknowledged the experience of his counterpart Tebogo Moloi.
‘It will obviously be a tough assignment, but we are confident we will win at all costs, such games allow the team to have more game time and also to give the players the chance to be revived, especially after losing our last two games,’ he added.
‘Players know we are letting the supporters and entire Celtic family down by losing games and their main aim is to get back to winning ways.
‘Scoring goals is our major predicament and we must start scoring, the days of creating a lot of chances and misfiring must be over.’
Bloemfontein Celtic will now travel to the Moruleng Stadium when they take on Buya Msuthu in their Nedbank Cup Round of 32 on Saturday.
Kick-off has been scheduled for 15:00.
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