Latest News Round-Up: Benni McCarthy Keeps Scoring More Praises At Manchester United

Benni McCarthy keeps scoring great praises for his work at Man united.

He might not be scoring goals on the field of play anymore, but Benni keeps scoring one coaching goal after another for Manchester United.

His latest goal is praises heaped on him by another former deadly striker, Ian Wright on Match of the Day.

“I think the acquisition of Benni McCarthy, a striker coach, has helped him as well,” he said.

“Because Harry Maguire is saying about how hard he’s work since he’s come back, he’s worked very hard on his fitness and that.

“When you look at the movement for that goal – like Harry Maguire talking about how his heading has improved – when you look at the movement for that goal it was brilliant.

“And that says to me that someone like Benni McCarthy’s working very closely with him. He’s improved no end.”

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Sead Ramovic hits back at Pitso Mosimane.

Mr Mosimane, I don’t usually react when I see someone’s emotions controlling them.  But this time I’ll make an exception for you. I hope you will like my tone this time.

“Vilakazi is a wonderful person, a really fantastic player, [who had] a nice career.  But we have just as many players who try very hard to start the same career and give everything every day. 

“I would really like Vilakazi to continue his career.  Maybe he could continue in your team because you could certainly use his quality. 

“I’m sure your chairman [at Al Ahli Saudi] would like to have success this year and not care too much about your great achievements six years ago. I wish you to continue your fantastic record as a coach,” reads a message Ramovic sent to SABC Sport.

Is round four (Pitso Mosimane’s response) on the cards?

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Arthur Zwane on Sithebe’s form and injuries in his team.

“We knew that at some point he was going to struggle a little bit there and there because this is football,” said Zwane.

“And it is not only him, but any other players being hot and cold. And what has been affecting us is injuries, in terms of getting the combinations right so that everyone settles in quickly.

“But unfortunately we are forced to chop and change the team. Today we lost Mduduzi Shabalala, last week we lost Caleb-Bonfils Bimenyimana, three weeks ago we lost two players – both rights, weeks before that we lost Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, it is obviously a worrying factor.

“It also affected the performance of other individuals because when you think you are getting the combinations right, then he (Sithebe) is losing that partner.

“Then we have to start looking for options to compliment who in terms of complimenting each other because before you can get it right, you have to make sure that the players understand each other, and you are always looking for that.

“Unfortunately we have been unlucky in looking for that due to injuries as I have been saying and other unforeseen circumstances. But we don’t have a choice, we have to soldier on and focus on the positives.”

Junior Khanye tells Kabelo Dlamini to learn from Lorch.

“By bringing in Thembinkosi Lorch, I think that’s where the complexion of the game changed,” Khanye told iDiski TV. “Lorch is the one who changed the whole dimension of the game with his decision making, and his runs.

“I think Kabelo [Dlamini] has learnt, I hope he saw when Lorch came in that when you play in that position, you don’t have to touch the ball for a long time but decision-making is more important.

“When he [Lorch] came in he created about three chances and he scored a beautiful [goal]. He created that ball, it wasn’t scored then he ran into the box and finished it himself with his left foot.

“Even Saleng’s goal it was Lorch who played it to [Terrence] Dzvukamanja, he stretched the defence with his run, when Dzvukamanja controlled the ball Pirates scored.

Benni McCarthy keeps scoring great praises for his work at Man united.
Benni McCarthy keeps scoring great praises for his work at Man united.