Absa Premiership

No rotation policy at Ajax

2014-11-19 10:28
Roger de Sa (Supplied)
Roger de Sa (Supplied)

Cape Town – Roger de Sa has come out saying that he will field his strongest team in every game because he is no fan of the rotation system.

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Speaking to Ajax Cape Town’s official website, the former Bidvest Wits coach has welcomed the international break as he can spend more time with his team on the training ground.

“We welcome the break this time around. It has come at the right time for us.

“Our last outing against AmaTuks wasn’t too great, this break gave us time to iron things out,” said De Sa.

The PSL face a hectic closing phase to 2014 with matches cramped into a short amount of time, however, De Sa has maintained his stance on sticking to the players that have brought him good results this far in the season.

“The fixtures are difficult for everyone, so we just need to keep going and work as hard as we can.

“I am not a big fan of the rotation system, so we will keep playing our best eleven for every match,” added De Sa.

Meanwhile, Ajax welcome Maritzburg United on Saturday, November 22 to Cape Town Stadium as the Absa Premiership resumes.

Kick-off is at 20:15.

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