Cape Town - Orlando Pirates coach Milutin
Sredojevic says he is demanding a top performance from his side in
Saturday's much-anticipated Soweto derby against Kaizer Chiefs.
Pirates drew 0-0 with Esperance last Saturday in a CAF Champions League Group B tie at Orlando Stadium.
The Sea Robbers were perhaps unfortunate not to be awarded a penalty
and also seemed to have a legitimate goal ruled out for offside.
Nonetheless, 'Micho' refused to comment on the events in the match
and instead is focusing his efforts on facing the Glamour Boys this
weekend, before the return match against Esperance on the following
He told reporters: "My job is to coach together with the technical
team. I don't belong to the (group) of people that are looking
"Even if I say anything negative it will not help us in whatsoever
way. We need to now analyse and see how we can get better because the
next game against Kaizer Chiefs and again against Esperance will demand
much better than today.
"Those things (penalty call, disallowed goal) we leave to you our
respected friends to judge. People have seen elsewhere, but I will not
This weekend's derby gets underway from 15:30 at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.