Lefa calls for fire start

2015-05-20 12:13
Lefa Tsutsulupa (Gallo Images)

Cape Town – Moroka Swallows captain Lefa Tsutsulupa admits that they would need to take full advantage of the opening fifteen minutes against Black Leopards.

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The Dube Birds take on Zeca Marques’ side on Wednesday evening, May 20 in their first PSL promotion-relegation play-off.

According to the PSL’s official Twitter account, the midfielder confesses that Swallows last five games in the Premiership was encounters they should have won but lacked the ability to hold onto leads.

"We managed to play well in our last four or five matches, but we were unable to protect leads,” said Tsutsulupa.

"We need to do better going into the play-offs.

"We need to work on tactics.

"Like if we are leading, we need to know what to do to protect the lead.

"We also need to try and take advantage in the first 15 minutes and score."

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