Absa Premiership

Malokase predicts Dikwena climb

2015-01-22 12:15
Patrick Malokase (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Patrick Malokase believes that Platinum Stars will dig themselves out of the relegation zone when the PSL resumes.

Read: Stars on the mend

According to Soccer Laduma, Malokase reveals that Dikwena are set to face Chippa United in a practice game.

“We have been doing a lot of gym work, and trying to get our fitness back. I can say we are 90 percent. The game against Chippa should help us regain our sharpness,” said Malokase.

Malokase admits that the Dikwena players are feeling refreshed and sees them climbing the PSL log in due time.

However all the players are gelling and everyone is looking ahead for the start of the season. Everyone at the club is eager to turn the season around.”

“In the opening 16 games we find ourselves second from bottom however we know we can turn things around starting with our match against Mpumalanga Black Aces on 11 February.

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