Kgaogelo Sekgota is working hard at training improve every aspect of his own game in order to get more game time at Kaizer Chiefs.
Sekgota, who started the season as a regular under Arthur Zwane, has found game-time hard to come at Amakhosi.
“I have been working hard and getting motivation from the technical team. Obviously, everything has its moment. All in good time, so it’s good,” Sekgota told the Chiefs website.
“The team has been doing well,” he continues, “We won a few games in a row, and obviously it’s sad when, as Kaizer Chiefs, you lose a game (against Sekhukhune last weekend) but we still have a lot to play for. We’ve got the Nedbank Cup semi-final. We’ve got some games left to finish the season very well, as far up as possible. The team is working very hard, daily, and we are ready for anything that comes.”
Amakhosi travel to Gqeberha to face Chippa United in a DStv Premiership clash on Thursday afternoon at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (kick-off is at 15:00) and, while Sekgota doesn’t expect an easy ride, Sekgota is confident Amakhosi are well prepared for any eventuality.
“Chippa have a good team, with good players, but we are also good and we are ready for them and looking forward to the game,” he says, “I think they have a good squad and, thinking of their position in the relegation zone means it’s not going to be easy for us, but as I said, we’ll be ready for them.”
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