Cape Town - Wits striker Lehlohonolo Majoro says
the Students will not be taking Cape Town City lightly this weekend even
though the Citizens were beaten by Sundowns on Wednesday.
City went down 3-2 to Masandawana at Loftus with Wits no doubt close
observers ahead of their showdown at the Bidvest Stadium on Saturday.
The game is vital as Wits are currently second in the table, trailing
Sundowns by just a point as the title race goes into the final stretch.
Cape Town City are also still not totally out of the race as they sit
in fourth place on the log and one feels they have to beat Wits and
Sundowns, who they play again next Tuesday, to have a chance at
snatching the trophy.
In quotes published on the IOL website, Majoro said: "Cape
Town City have good players in their own right, and they've also proven
that because they are not far from the top of the league.
"We've been training throughout the week and practising our tactics.
"I am quite sure that all my teammates watched the game against
Sundowns and identified a thing or two that will work to our advantage."
Majoro, of course, is a former player at Cape Town City and the
forward says he enjoyed his time at the coast but will not have mixed
feelings taking on his previous employers.
Major, as Majoro is known to his football industry, has played for
five different clubs in the top-flight, including both Soweto giants -
Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
Majoro continued: "In this industry of football, you are never guaranteed a team, there’s no team that you can call your home.
"I was at Cape Town City and they welcomed me and I was very happy that I won a trophy with them.
"But like Chiefs and Pirates, every time I compete against them I
give it my all because I will be representing the team that I'm playing
for at that particular time, and such games don't need emotions, because
when you get them that’s when you make mistakes."