ABafana Bes' thende as they are known, are an improved team way above everyone's expectations. Just last season they were a regular premiership team, but this season they are a nightmare to face.
Lamotville Golden Arrows are surprisingly occupying the number 4 spot, 5 points behind log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns on the DSTV premiership standings. The KZN side has this season not lost a game against the big 3 teams, that being Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns.
Their latest famous win is against Orlando Pirates, they knocked down the Soweto giants with 2 goals to zero with a Mmodi brace. That victory raised eyebrows for many questioning if this is the best Arrows team to ever play in the premiership.
Of course praise should be directed to head coach Mandla Ncikazi as it seems it's his magic that has transformed Golden Arrows.
Being 4th on the log, Lamotville Golden Arrows may find themselves fighting for a CAF champions league spot and get to experience continental football if they are to maintain their current form.
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