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Johnson admitted he was delighted to have gotten his second tenure as Platinum
stars coach off to the "perfect start" following Saturday's 2-1 win
over Ajax Cape Town.
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He took over from Allan Freese at the end of March to return
to Dikwena after a two-year absence, and hit the ground running as a brace from
Robert Ng'ambi helped see off the Urban Warriors at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium
Speaking after the match, which left Stars five points clear
of the relegation zone with seven games remaining this season, Johnson told KickOff: "We played really well
and it was the perfect start for me, I cannot ask for more.
“It was not easy and we had to fight all the way.
“We created many chances and I feel that the scoreline is
not really a fair reflection of the game because we could have won by a much wider
“Overall, I am happy because the guys listened to the
instructions at half time.
“Ng'ambi knows my philosophy and I am happy that he really
played well in the middle of the park.
“His two goals made the difference in the end.”