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United striker Kingston Nkhatha believes the whole squad are on the same page
as they look for a strong push in the final few games of the season.
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The Zimbabwe international joined Matsatsantsa from Kaizer
Chiefs in the January transfer period and has quickly cemented his place in the
team after forming a deadly partnership with fellow newcomer Jeremy Brockie.
Back-to-back Premiership victories have left United on
course for a top-eight finish this term, while they also take on Golden Arrows
in the Nedbank Cup quarter-finals on Saturday, and Nkhatha has credited the
team's togetherness for their recent run of form.
"We are playing for each other and we understand each
other as players," Nkhatha is quoted as saying by Soccer Laduma.
"The understanding is bringing us results which we
need. It won't be easy as other teams are also fighting.
"We just have to continue with our understanding and
following what the coach wants us to do and things will work put rightly."