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Sandawana was a good test - Notsi

Sandawana was a good test - Notsi

After edging Sandawana in a 2-1 thriller away from home on Saturday, coach Leslie Notsi said it was a good assessment for the team to see their progress.

This was after the home side started strongly in the opening minutes with Kick4Life put under pressure.

“We knew they would be on to us because they were playing at home and they had lost their previous encounter, so obviously they wanted to win. But I am happy with how my players conducted themselves in terms of showing hunger and desire to win,” He said.

He went to say to it is good for his team to play the big teams at this present moment because that would give them a great opportunity to weigh their strengths and weakness. Notsi was referring to the upcoming match where they will welcome Bantu who are also on a fine form, recording three successive wins.

Adding on what the coach had said, the Director of Football at Kick4Life Chris Bullock said for the team to be sitting at the top of the table for the first time in the club’s history, it is a sign of growth.  He however said they are not going to put themselves under the pressure of winning the title but rather work on the improving their game.

Kick4Life have played three league games so far and have won all of them and only conceded once, while their upcoming opponents Bantu are also on nine points, with only goal difference keeping K4L on top.

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