Cape Town - Jeremy
Brockie thinks that SuperSport United are certainly heading in the right direction
as they try to secure a spot among the top eight clubs in the Premiership.
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Since Gordon Igesund took over at the helm last year, the
one key component which has been lacking in this Matsatsantsa unit has been
Brockie, who has scored three goals in six Premiership
starts this season, has played a significant role in this team's revival this
term, but he acknowledges that it has not always been smooth sailing.
"It is down to consistency and we are slowly getting
there,” said Brockie.
The most recent success for SuperSport was the 1-0 Nedbank
Cup victory against Orlando Pirates at the weekend, and Brockie admits the
performance against the Buccaneers was more than satisfactory.
"We had a committed and united performance,” said
Brockie of the fixture against Pirates.
"The keeper made some good saves. We knew we needed to
be good in the air. I didn't know why we couldn't sneak one in the first half,
I thought we dominated.
"We scored a good goal and had many opportunities to
score another. It didn't come and at 1-0 I thought the last 10 minutes would be
difficult. We did dig deep," added Brockie.
The next assignment for United will be a Premiership fixture
against Maritzburg United at the Harry Gwala Stadium during the first week of