Johnson: Wingers looking sharp

2015-07-27 12:30
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Cape Town - Cavin Johnson, coach of Platinum Stars, says that he is looking forward to this season and especially to what his wingers will have to offer.

He speaks confidently about his players and is excited about the possibilities of how the team will fair this season.

"Well in all respect to last year’s players, the ones shining this year - we have to pay attention to them," he told Sport24.

"We have the likes of Madondo who used to play for Amazulu in the midfield."

"We have Ntuli now, but I should say people should look forward to my wingers this year."

“My wingers this year are looking very sharp.

"They look like they will be bringing something different to the party this year."

Platinum Stars play Mamelodi Sundowns in their opening PSL game on August 8.

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