Cape Town - Baroka
coach Kgokolo Thobejane lamented his side's wastefulness in the 1-1
draw against Orlando Pirates, but is confident that they will regain
Bakgaga have endured a torrid debut season in the Premiership,
collecting a mere 11 points from a possible 33 and the newly-promoted
side were fortunate to salvage a point in their most recent league
encounter, when goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke's 95th minute overhead kick
spectacularly found the back of the net.
Thobejane, who previously claimed that his side will clinch the
league trophy, finds his team in a spot of bother, following their
latest winless streak of five games, but the highly-animated mentor is
adamant that his team will turn things around.
"It can kill you, this football," he said in post-match comments.
"Hundred chances, nothing. But it's football at it's best, so it's one of those games.
"But we'll make it one day. We owe these people a win in this stadium. I'm very much concerned about our play.
"One day Baroka will bounce back and convert all those chances we created. I believe that," he continued.
The Limpopo based-outfit are yet to record a victory at home in six
attempts and languish in 10th position on the latest standings.
Baroka will soon get the opportunity to rectify their disappointing away form when they welcome Maritzburg United to the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday.
Kick off is scheduled at 15:30.