Give us more matches, says Amajimbos striker

2015-07-04 12:23
Khanyisa Mayo in action for Chippa United (
Cape Town - Amajimbos striker Khanyisa Mayo says he and his Under-17 national team-mates are in need of game time together to prepare thoroughly for the World Cup.

Amajimbos kick off their preparations with a game on Saturday against Kings United, a ABC Motsepe League side. The game takes place at Anderson Park in Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal, at 14:00.

Khanyisa, the son of former Bafana Bafana striker Patrick Mayo, however, is eager to play more games and has called on SAFA to make that possible.

“We are soccer players and playing is what we do, we are hungry for more matches and we want to test ourselves against any and every opposition we can get,” Mayo told the SAFA website.

“The technical team has been working on us all week long and we want to implement all these new aspects of our game in a real game situation.”

SAFA revealed on their website that there are two more games in the pipeline that are set to take place on Wednesday and Saturday next week.

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