Arrows coach reacts controversial goal against Bucs
By Lexuco | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 3790 views
Golden Arrows lead trainer Mandla Ncikazi responds to questionable opening objective against Orlando Pirates on Tuesday night.
Arrows moved to fourth in the DStv Premiership with a 2-0 triumph over the Soweto goliaths at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium.
There was a touch of discussion encompassing Pule Mmodi as there were two balls on the pitch on the pitch simultaneously, albeit the offers were waved away.
"I didn't see two balls, it was two tens, if that was the case shocking yet in the event that we profited by that let it be," Ncikazi revealed to SuperSport when gotten some information about the objective.
The Arrows mentor likewise had exceptional applause for Mmodi, who was named Man of the Match after netting a support.
"We talked with him [Mmodi], he has been the one making a great deal of efforts in front of each major part in the group yet you could see the disappointment was sneaking in on the grounds that he was not scoring.
"We energized him, continue doing that in the event that you don't play a shot you'll never make it, continue investing the energy, I'm glad it paid [off] today, I'm pleased with him."
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