Cape Town - Bryce
Moon is happy with how quickly he has gelled with his new teammates at Platinum
Stars, but admits he is still struggling with the climate.
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The summer heat in Rustenburg is known to tip the mercury at
38 degrees and the fullback is finding it difficult to adjust.
"Something that has really unsettled me is the heat. It
is very hot here my brother and it is killing me," he told KickOff.
“I am sure I will get used to it but I am still struggling
at the moment.”
However, the weather aside, Moon is delighted with the
progress he is making at his new club and is determined to help them avoid
relegation this season.
"I am very happy here. It is a different environment
but I am a professional player.
"I have already got used to my teammates and to the
culture of the club. Everyone has been very helpful and supportive.
"I am lucky in that Punch [Masenamela] is a former
teammate at Sundowns and this has made it a bit easier to settle in," adds
"We have a lot of experienced players in this team and
we cannot allow the club to be relegated.
“If we can win our next two or three matches we will pull
ourselves out of this hole," Moon explained.