Former Ajax Cape Town and Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Calvin Marlin says Limpopo based side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila seems to take their foot off the pedal when they play against their "homeboys" Black Leopards.
Ahead of Tuesday afternoon must-win clash with TTM Calvin Marlin says his side will give it their best shot to collect maximum points.
Black Leopards beat TTM 3-1 on Saturday afternoon to take their points tally to 6 after 2 matches. Ajax are second with 3 points that they collected against TTM on the opening day of the promotion/ relegation playoffs.
In a statement that left football fans surprised, TTM congratulated Black Leopards on their 3-1 win against them. The club statement went as far as saying "If you can't beat them, join them".
Marlin speaking to FarPost says TTM are determined to beat Ajax Cape Town only judging by their social media message, they want Black Leopards to win the promotion/relegation playoffs.
“For the final game, I don’t know where TTM will be by then. I am sure they are fighting more against us than they will against Leopards, especially after what they posted on Twitter, already congratulating Leopards on retaining their place in the Premiership" Marlin told FarPost
TTT are still searching for their first win in the playoffs. The club will be campaigning in the PSL next season after their owner Masala Mulaudzi acquired Bidvest Wits status.
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