Absa Premiership

Nkhatha: We can turn it around

2015-11-18 11:53
Gordon Igesund and Kingston Nkhatha (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - SuperSport United forward Kingston Nkhatha believes the club's poor form is down to bad luck and is confident that they can turn their fortunes around.

Despite boasting a strong squad, Matsatsantsa have won just two league games this season, losing four and drawing four in their first 10 outings.

Having harboured title ambitions at the start of the season, their horrendous start to the campaign sees them sitting down in 12th position.

Nkhatha, though, believes SuperSport have had some bad luck thus far, but feels that things are starting to turn in their favour.

"Of course it is always worrying when results are not coming and it is not that we were not playing well," he told the Goal website.

"Things were not going our way and luck was not on our side in some matches.

"But I think things are slowly shaping out well for us, and we will continue to work hard."

SuperSport will look to get their season back on track against Ajax Cape Town when league action resumes after the international break on Saturday.

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