Igesund wants to win
Supersport United coach, Gordon Igesund, has said that he is happy with his team’s performance this season as they have been scoring many goals in their games under his guidance.
United will be facing the Free State Stars for their Telkom Knockout game at the Lucas Moripe Stadium in Pretoria on Saturday. This will be Igesund’s third game in charge of the Matsatsantsa players, having already seen six goals scored in the last two games.
“I’m happy we create a lot of scoring opportunities,” Igesund said.
“I know there are lots of goals in this team. Every player is able to score goals in this team. We will keep on scoring goals.”
The International break gives Igesund the opportunity to bond with his new team, as well as to work with them, in order to get them into the “winning mentality.”
“I want us to be result-driven; I want us to be competitive.”
“Whatever you do, play to win. I like winning mentality.”
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