Having shown continuous improvement over the most recent couple of weeks following their stammering start to the season, the Bosses entered the brawl following a Chippa United 40 misfortune. They are additionally unbeaten in their last three association games, having drawn against AmaZulu and Marumo Gallants prior to beating the Stew Young men.
"Everything is working out positively. Based on the last two games we played, we progressed admirably. We additionally well in preparing. We are prepared for the game against SuperSport," said Dube.
The 28-year-old Dube is late sprouting, having shown up at Naturena recently from Richards Narrows Joined's GladAfrica Title crew. He said he expected to be remembered for the crew. From Bafana for the last World Cup qualifier against Ethiopia
"Getting out is an inspiration for me. Presently I will work more enthusiastically to attempt to be remembered for the following Bafana camp. It is an inspiration. I need to endeavor to be in the public group. I need to endeavor to play for the public group," he said.
In the interim, SuperSport United vows to be a magnificent proving ground for Amakhosi. Kaitano Tembo's group are second in the table and are one of just two groups in the first class to go unbeaten, the other being Mamelodi Nightfalls.
On paper and in light of ongoing structure, Matsatsansa ought to be the top picks, yet goalkeeper Ronwen Williams says his group can't underestimate the Chiefs.
"The manager is an extremely hazardous group. It's our home game and we need to rule and keep the focuses. Their tail will go up after last end of the week's success. We are doing admirably this season and we will battle to keep it. We've done quite well and we desire to proceed with like this season," said goalkeeper Bafana.
Without a title beginning around 2010, SuperSport are wanting to keep alive the odds of an unexpected title challenge this season.
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