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Early Masoabi goal helped - Notsi

Early Masoabi goal helped - Notsi

After extending their lead to 3 points with a win over Liphakoe on Sunday, Coach Leslie Notsi said the technical team is pleased with how the team has been playing.

Kick4Life is placed on top of the table after 8 games, and Sunday’s win over Liphakoe could also be a motivation for the remaining games of the first round. Notsi was addressing the media in the post-match press conference where he noted that they knew it was not going to be easy.

“Playing them at their own background is no walk in a park, we knew they were going to throw everything at us and really there were times where they were in control of the game. However, I am happy with how the players conducted themselves,” he said.

He furthered by saying an early goal by Nkoto Masoabi helped them to settle into the game. Notsi went on to say the team has been showing the signs of hunger and solidarity hence the positive results.

Shifting the focus on the next game, the coach said they will approach Rovers with full respect and they won’t take anything for granted. This Saturday, Kick4Life is out again to visit Rovers who are roaring with confidence after defeating champions, Lioli on Sunday at Machabeng, Roma. 

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