Tsthakuma Tsha Madzivhandla coach Dylan Kerr is certain that the chairman of the club is going to be pleased with the team's 2-1 victory against Kaizer Chiefs.
The English-born lauded his side's character after conceding the penalty, as they made too many wrong decisions.
''We kept going. We played against ten men, and ten men are tough to beat'', he told SuperSport in the post-match interview
''We made too many wrong decisions around the penalty. Our number 10 could have scored two goals, you know. You've got to be confident and have that special belief in your ability to shoot''.
TTM go from 15th to 14th with these three points while Kaizer Chiefs remain in ninth place, 3 points behind 8th placed TS Galaxy. Dylan Kerr says he knows that the chairman will be delighted with the result.
''Credit to everyone. My stuff. The chairman is gonna be happy. And on a personal note, this is my first win against Gavin [Hunt] and he's a very good friend of mine''.
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