Confidence is a key element of football, however there's always a need to back it up. There has to be a balance before it can be perceived as a arrogance, however we see it a lot. Players can say whatever they want within the bounds of the rules in the team and the league as a whole and exchanges like this make the game even more interesting and adds some spice.
Musa Nyatama is an experienced campaigner in the PSL and he has enjoyed his fair share of success. He played for Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates and that is an indication of how talent and what he is capable of. He is considering as a veteran in the PSL and it is amazing to see him going after all of these years. He has certainly found his lane and has been consistent since.
According To Be Football the star fired shot at Kaizer Chiefs during an exchange with a fan. He was reportedly asked if Moroka Swallows would continue playing a draw when they meet Amakhosi and his reaction was certainly oozing confidence. The star allegedly responded by claiming that they can't draw against a team that can't play which means that he believes that they will win the game.
This is certainly something you don't hear everyday from Musa Nyatama, however it is needed in the sport to intensify the competition. He is well capable of making sure that this statement is backed as he can really effect a game when he is at his best. He is an experienced campaigner and has a great deal of experience.
Moroka Swallows has been stuttering in recent games with many speculating that we are going to see a repeat of what happened last season. The places coach Brandon Trutter on leave and there has been reports linking coaches to the post. They will need to find their deers quickly when the meet Cape Town City on the 2nd leg of the MTN 8 semifinals. They performed beyond expectations on their first season back, however they are expected to step it up this time around.
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