Absa Premiership

Arrows 99% complete with player audit says Komphela

2020-04-15 11:36
Steve Komphela
Steve Komphela (PA/Supplied)

Golden Arrows coach Steve Komphela says he knows which players he intends to keep at the club next season.

The experienced coach guided his side to seventh place in the Absa Premiership prior to the enforced break as a result of the coronavirus.

With only seven games for Arrows left, Komphela says the club have already undertaken a player audit - although a number of fringe players may miss out if the season is ultimately abandoned.

He told Soccer Laduma: "We had already done our audit. So, you could say we were 99% clear of whatever, I mean it's seven matches to go and we would have known who’s played the most number of matches and what they gave us."

Komphela added: "It's just unfortunate that the ones who would have been in a situation where they changed our minds, they need that opportunity of those remaining games.

"But when the league reopens you will look to those who had been consistent to finish it off - you can't be trying new things.

"You need to hit the ground running and you need people who understand the philosophy and approach."

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