Cape Town - Gordon
Igesund believes that a club like SuperSport United should always challenge for
the league title.
Matsatsantsa coach has brought in a number of new signings in the build up to
the season and despite two below par Cape Town Cup performances he insists that
his squad is ready for a title push.
spoke to the media after the tournament and pinned his championship hopes on
his packed strike force.
(Bhengu) has tough competition in the team, our strike force with (Jeremy)
Brockie, Kingston Nkhatha, (Dove) Wome and Bradley Grobler,” Igesund said.
want to be competitive, we want to be one of the teams challenging for the
championship if we can.
don’t want to be misquoted as saying that I am going to go out there and win
the championship but I am saying that I want to build a team that can compete.
are a team that I think should be challenging and I hope that we do,” he
begin their season with an MTN8 quarter-final against Bidvest Wits on Tuesday, August 4.