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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:

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