Cape Town - Golden Arrows coach Serame Letsoaka says that the club's football history is what made him take the job in the first place.
Letsoaka said that he is believer of good football and he is confident that Golden Arrows will display that this season.
"I think one of the reasons why I agreed to take this opportunity to come and coach Golden Arrows is because of the trademark of football they used to play before," Letsoaka told the PSL website.
“I'm a firm believer of good football.
“The football must be good to the eye and I believe that's one of the big reasons I came to Golden Arrows. I believe we will display that.
The 52-year-old mentor to Abafana Bes’thende reveals that they had also had to bring in new players in order to have a balance within the team which has been a challenge.
“We've had to make sure we brought in some new players.
“We also needed to make sure we integrate those players with those that got the team promoted.
“So it’s a fine balancing act and that I feel that has been the biggest challenge.
Abafana Bes’thende play against the University of Pretoria on Sunday, August 9 in the Absa Premiership at the Chatsworth stadium.
Kick-off is at 15:00.