Absa Premiership

Nyatama targets Chiefs scalp for Celtic morale boost

2016-10-07 20:00
Musa Nyatama (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Bloemfontein Celtic captain Musa Nyatama is confident they have enough quality to overcome their current struggles in the Premiership.

Siwelele are bottom of the table after their poor start to their season with no win, two losses and one draw.

Nyatama is confident that Celtic can bounce back and turn the corner in the Macufe Cup on Sunday.

Celtic have only a single point to show for their first three league matches this season, and the midfielder has said that the team are looking to turn their fortunes around, but there's no need to panic.

"We know we are not where we belong," Nyatama told Soccer Laduma.

"We need to pull ourselves out of that position and make things work for the team but there is no need to press panic buttons at this moment.

"We have to work hard and get results. The Sparta Macufe Cup will also help us look at our mistakes and a win against Chiefs would boost our morale and confidence."

Kick-off is at 15:00.

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