Latest News Round-Up: Monnapule Saleng Reveals What Makes Him Tick

Saleng has credited his teammates for his top performances.

“My teammates are always pushing me,” says Saleng.

“My teammates, I am talking about senior players, they are always pushing me, they see where I want to be (in my career),” said the winger, who was named Man-of-the-Match after the game.

“They are always pushing me at training and I am happy to be around them because they always advise me and they are experienced players because they have been in the game for too long.”

“My form starts from the training sessions; the way I train is the way I play. I don’t rest; I am always training even when I am at home. I want to see myself at a high level (performance wise) and to be consistent in every game.”

“Inexperience is costing us goals,” said Fadlu Davids after Maritzburg United’s loss to Pirates.

“You can’t fault the players really after being able to do what they did in Orlando Stadium in the first half. We have a problem at the moment, you can talk about AmaZulu in the last second of the half, a critical phase and switching off with the set-piece,” said the United coach.

“Inexperience is costing us goals, which is costing us points. But you can’t fault the players, it was a game where they had to be brave (against Pirates) and brave they were.

They really stood out, they kept the ball, moved to the spaces they wanted to play in and kept the ball well. And that first half performance level we have to continue with because if we do we will get much more points in the games we are going to play.”

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Things are looking good for Njabulo Blom.

Njabulo Blom is enjoying a lot of game time at his new club, St. Louis City SC.

The former Kaizer Chiefs utility player started for his side against Atlanta United yesterday.

He was substituted after 60 minutes in what was the club’s final preparation game before MLS kicks off next week.

Banyana Banyana wins their opening game in Turkey.

Banyana Banyana beat Uzbekistan 3-0 in their opening game of the Turkish Women’s Cup.

Goals from Jermaine Seoposenwe, Noxolo Cesane, and an own-goal, were enough to give Banyana a moral boosting victory.

They play Slovenia next, on Tuesday.

Dstv Premiership results:

There were three Dstv Premiership matches played yesterday.

AmaZulu FC succumbed to a 1-2 defeat against TS Galaxy, with Ivorian forward, Traore scoring a brace for the Rockets, while Dion bagged Usuthu’s consolation goal.

In other results, Sekhukhune United continued with their much improved performances under Brandon Truter, with a 2-0 win over Richards Bay FC.

While Royal AM and SuperSport United shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.

Saleng has credited his teammates for his top performances.
Saleng has credited his teammates for his top performances.