Cape Town - Moroka
Swallows midfielder Lefa Tsutsulupa said his teammates would carry themselves
with distinction when the Premiership season resumes in February.
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Swallows produced a rather ghastly first half to their
season in 2014 and as a result, they currently find themselves languishing in
13th position in the Premiership standings, having accumulated just 19 points
during the campaign.
However, Tsutsulupa is confident there will be a reversal of
fortunes this year and expects Swallows to counter adversity and soar during
the remainder of this campaign.
"Moroka Swallows will forget about the woes of 2014 and
fly high in 2015 when the league resumes in February," Tsutsulupa told Soccer Laduma.
"It’s a new year with new beginnings. We want to forget
about 2014 and build on what the new year has to offer. For us we see this as a
new slate for a fresh start.
"I know it’s tough to remain optimistic but look at the
last game we played against AmaZulu and this is something we can definitely
take into 2015."