TS Galaxy's defender Given Msimango has commended the club's ambition in the transfer market.
This transfer window has seen TS Galaxy bring in a number of well-known players to the team, including veteran scorer Bernard Parker, Sbusiso Vilakazi, and Xola Mlambo from AmaZulu. Keletso Magkalwa from Mamelodi Sundowns has also been brought in on a season-long loan.
"It's only beneficial for the club when players of that caliber join because it demonstrates the club's commitment to excellence in competition. They're guys who have accomplished it all and earned medals, so their knowledge will be really helpful to us "KickOff was informed by Msimango at the club's media open day.
Given Msimango likes the latest additions to TS Galaxy.The 25-year-old captains a defense that has yet to allow a goal this season while recently emerging as one of the league's top performers.
"Despite the fact that we are mostly a young team, I believe we are an experienced group with a lot of potential. We are making an effort to keep our attention on the upcoming game and avoid reflecting on previous games. We're not considering Supersport or Sundowns. Our attention is on the upcoming match.
As one of just three teams in the league still without a loss, TS Galaxy will look to maintain their winning ways against Golden Arrows on Saturday at the Sugar Ray Stadium in Durban.
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