Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki admits that he is expecting a lot of games to be
played in a short period of time when sport resumes in South Africa.
coronavirus has brought a stop to sport including normal human activity in the
country as the nation currently experiences a 21-day lockdown.
expected to be in the dugout this month as Bafana Bafana were scheduled to take
on Sao Tome and Principe in back-to-back 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON)
"We will at
least get to play a lot of matches in a short period and that will bring about
the rhythm and the right tactical cohesion," Ntseki said as quoted by IOL
look at the current FIFA calendar, we only play for two to three months.
you have them in camp, you are working on certain tactical and technical
aspects of the game. If we
don’t play the match, it is affecting the team in a bad way.
"If we will be
playing matches back to back, in a way, it will help our team and our players
to have a better understanding of what you want to see from them."
added: "It is a setback for the whole world which is going through what can be
defined as a very sad period for sports."
- Compiled by Tashreeq Vardien