a worrying factor. After scoring one goal we always hope the floodgate will open,” said the coach.
Amid the Bucs’ struggles to find answers to their problem, Qalinge once again proved to be the go-to-guy for goals. He has already scored three goals in all competitions.
“In man-management we give him trust, confidence and a belief in himself and his football qualities. He respects the Polokwane v Chiefs, Peter Mokaba Stadium; SuperSport v Arrows, Mbombela; Celtic v Maritzburg; Dr Molemela Stadium. CPT City v FS Stars, Athlone; Platinum v Ajax, Royal Bafokeng; AmaZulu v Baroka, King Zwelithini Stadium; Pirates v Sundowns, Orlando; Wits v Chippa, Bidvest Stadium. badge and gets these fine performances,” said Sredojevic.
Micho has also expressed his desire to see more of his players being called-up to Bafana Bafana. Sredojevic also confirmed that Wayne Sandilands, who was rested against Arrows, will face his former side, Mamelodi Sundowns, when the two teams clash at Orlando Stadium on Wednesday (7.30pm).
George Maluleke of Kaizer Chiefs celebrates his goal against AmaZulu .
Tomorrow: Orlando Pirates midfielder Thabo Qalinge celebrates his goal. Wednesday: