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Baloyi admits he is delighted with how his loan stay at Moroka Swallows is
going and has backed caretaker coach Fani Madida to take the team far.
Read: Swallows to attack more - Lefa
The midfielder arrived at the Dube Birds on loan from Soweto
rivals Kaizer Chiefs at the beginning of the season and has played all but one
of their 11 matches so far this term.
However, results have not been forthcoming for Swallows, who
are without a win in their last six Premiership matches.
Baloyi, though, is confident they will soon find their feet,
telling KickOff: "It has been a great start for me here at Swallows
because I have been playing. I came here for game-time after all so it appears
all is falling together with the only piece missing being the fact that we now
have to start winning games as a team.
“I believe being coached by my former coach at Chiefs, Fani
Madida, will surely help my cause and that of the team because I understand
what kind of coach he is.
"He is a coach who wants the team to play the ball and
this is what we also want to do, it has shown in the two games that we played
and it will surely be proven in the forthcoming games.
“I am not being critical of the previous coach [Zeca
Marques] but Fani is making us enjoy football. For me, he was there back in the
day when I was knocking on the first team door and played a huge role in
shaping me into being the footballer that I am now.
"I cannot undermine how much he has always been
supportive of me and I don’t want to disappoint him for the trust that he has
always had in me.
“The fact that I have been in the team is encouraging. I
don’t want to go out of the team. I want to improve and not be in the team just
for the sake of being in the team. I have to be in the team because I am making
Swallows face the University of Pretoria when the Absa
Premiership resumes on Saturday, November 22 at Dobsonville Stadium.
Kick-Off is at 18:00.