Left back for the Kaizer Chiefs After the team's recent setback, Sifiso Hlanti has been impressed with their attitude in training and has warned Marumo Gallants that Sunday's match would not be easy for them.
Royal AM thrashed Amakhosi 4-1, handing the Soweto giants their second consecutive defeat in the DSTV Premiership. Stuart Baxter's team are determined to avoid a third consecutive defeat as they prepare to play Gallants at Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane.
Hlanti scored the only goal for Amakhosi versus Royal AM, his first for the Naturena side since signing from Swallows FC.
“When you look at the boys during training, you can see that they have a positive attitude, a positive mentality, and a positive character. We still have a few games left, and we'll give it our all,” Hlanti said on the Amakhosi website.
“Knowing how we train, we are well equipped to go up against Gallants, and given how we lost our last game, it will be a difficult one for them. We understand that after the loss, we owe the team so much; no one is pleased, and the supporters deserve to be happy.”
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