Cape Town - Orlando Pirates interim coach Rulani
Mokwena said he was not frustrated at how his team failed to convert
their chances in the Telkom Knockout clash against Stellenbosch FC on
The Soweto giants dominated the contest from the kickoff but had to
wait until six minutes before full-time when Thembinkosi Lorch hit the
back of the net for a narrow 1-0 victory that took them through to the
After the match, Mokwena said he took the positives from the contest
and believes the Buccaneers are close to giving an opponent a hiding if
they keep playing like they are.
Mokwena told Supersport TV: "There is also a big positive
that we are creating so many chances and somebody soon is going to be on
the receiving end of a couple of goals.
"I try to live on the positives, so there was no frustration."
The former Pirates assistant coach also credited the recent
international break for helping them correct some of the defensive
errors that has plagued the Buccaneers this season.
Mokwena added: "The FIFA break affords time to work on our defensive
organisation, on keeping possession and not be vulnerable to
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