Golden Arrows lead trainer Lehlohonolo Seema says it was a great get-together as he and Royal AM mentor John Maduka collaborated in the DStv Compact Cup to mentor the Amabutho side toward the end of the week.
Seema and Maduka (and colleague Abram Nteo) went through numerous years cooperating at Bloemfontein Celtic, and were co-mentors at Siwelele until 2020 when Seema passed on the club to join Chippa United.
The previous Orlando Pirates commander had two spells at Chippa, and furthermore worked at Black Leopards after his takeoff from Bloemfontein, prior to taking the Arrows work in front of the 2021/2022 season.
Maduka obviously remained at Celtic, and moved with the club toward the beginning of the period when Royal AM purchased Celtic's DStv Premiership establishment.
Yet, it wasn't to be a triumphant gathering, as Amabutho lost 2-1 to Warriors in Saturday's semi-last.
When gotten some information about the get-together, Seema said it was a great to invest energy with his old partners.
"Obviously you see it on the seat here," Seema said in answer.
"Yet, (when) we began setting up camp together, I even felt like we could rest in one room, yet various beds, obviously!!
"In any case, it was a great gathering, including 'Wire' Nteo too. It was a decent one for us. And afterward we got to get up to speed.
"What's more the folks they even say they see the reason why the group why they were playing like that, they can see the concordance, they can see the manner in which we connect with the players.
"So ja, it was a positive sentiment."
Source link: https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/local/dstv-premiership/seema-it-was-a-nice-reunion/
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