Cape Town - Khetokwakhe Masuku who is still to start a match
for Orlando Pirates this season, is adamant that his chance to play will come
Khoza to sort Pirates out
The dribbling wizard has struggled to feature
in Vladimir Vermezovic’s team sheet since the start of the season.
The former Black Leopards midfielder insisted on that with
the current situation the team is going through, it is important to stay
focused and “fight for the team.”
“We lost two very important games and when things are like
this, the guys that are not playing must be ready to expect a call from the
coach; it is a normal thing,” said the 28-year-old to the clubs website.
“But I have been in the team for a few seasons now and I am
sure we will come back. It is only a matter of time. We will fight for a victory
on Sunday (October 5) and from then on we will try to build on that result. Right
now we need a good result so we can build on that.”
“Whoever plays on Sunday will approach that game with
respect because we cannot afford to get nothing less than a victory. Polokwane
City will be more organised now because they know we beat them before, but we
will be ready.
“If I am in the team, of course I will fight for the shirt
and make sure things go well for us.”
Bucs and City will square up at Orlando Stadium in the last
16 of the Telkom Knockout Cup.
The match starts at 15:00.