Absa Premiership

RDS expects 'big four' slump

2014-11-28 14:44
Roger de Sa (Supplied)
Roger de Sa (Supplied)

Cape Town – Roger de Sa has confidently stated that the big four will be sidetracked with participating in Africa.

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According to KickOff, De Sa is adamant that playing in the African Champions League and Confederations Cup will take its toll on the participating PSL teams.

“The big four will be playing in Africa and that will take its toll for sure, some for the better and some for the worse,” said De Sa, who hopes his Ajax Cape Town side can use it to their benefit in the Absa Premiership.

However, De Sa is not completely hoping that it just makes them low in fatigue, the former Orlando Pirates mentor wishes that they do exceptional in either tournaments.

“I hope they go play far in Africa,” said De Sa.

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