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Larsen looking to rotate Arrows squad

2016-11-07 15:04
Kagisho Dikgacoi (Gallo Images)

Durban - Golden Arrows head coach Clinton Larsen plans to use the upcoming FIFA international break to integrate some bench players into the first team.

Arrows will next play a competitive match on November 20 against Highlands Park in the Premiership.

In their last game, Abafana Bes'thende lost 1-0 to Platinum Stars where Nkanyiso Mngwengwe and Kagisho Dikgacoi received red cards.

"We have 18 days between our last game and the game against Highlands Park. So the boys got the weekend off and, today, we start all over again," Larsen told Soccer Laduma.

"We start training, we start working on areas where we need to improve. There always are areas that we feel we need to improve, and, we're going to have to reshuffle the team around after the red cards we received.

"So, we'll use this time to get the new players in and start this gelling process of changing positions in certain areas. I think we'll put the break to good use."

Arrows are currently in fourth position in the Premiership standings and will be looking to continue their rich vein of form that saw them reach the summit in the table recently.

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