See What Royal AM Coach Said After Orlando Pirates Beat Them (1-0).
Malelsela Remains Upbeat Despite Orlando Pirates Loss.
Dan Malesela, the co-coach for Royal AM, thinks there are indications that the squad will improve following the loss to the Orlando Pirates.
After losing 1-0 to the Buccaneers on Wednesday night in the DStv Premiership, KwaZulu-Natal experienced back-to-back losses.
Although they still have more to do, the former TS Galaxy tactician was delighted with the development in the football played.
Malesela said after the match, "Very excellent game overall, we could have at least walked out with a tie, if not a win [they] got one chance and used it and that was the result."
"However, we're really pleased with the advancements we've made in terms of playing and attempting to score goals.
"We had numerous opportunities to succeed, but our decision-making was poor. But there is still work to be done.
"You only have so much time to fix mistakes that have already been made, but we try, and I believe there are evidence that we'll grow better over time.
"It can be disappointing when you try a player and believe they are the correct fit, but they may not be on that particular day. With the players we have, we are receiving this instruction every day.
"Once we get it right, I think we'll be on the right road. How better can we get them, what combination can we have that's more solid, more purposeful in terms of scoring goals?"
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