There is no crisis in Maritzburg United camp

Ricardo Donnely, United’s former player from Mannor Flats currently playing for the local indoor soccer team Young Natalians affiliated to South African Indoor Football Association (SAIFA), popularirly known as Futsal said the Team of Choice was playing well and one of the exciting teams to watch in the country, but was just unlucky currently.

“There is absolutely nothing wrong with the team. They are playing good football, made of talented quality players and the side is well balanced. They are very exciting when attacking and their counter attacks are just pure class. Maybe there are just unlucky to ended up losing at the end of the day,”said Donnely.
The former ML Sultan pupil suggests the players just have to believe in themselves and things will fall together again.

“No,no,no, there is no crisis in the team. The entire team need to double their efforts, stay focused and concentrate for the entire game. They must also know that nobody else will change the current situation, but them. They must have faith and believe to themselves.”
Another former player and well traveled defender Peter Petersen predicts his old team may turn the corner sooner than expected. He also pleads with players to stick to their coaches tactics, plan and pull as brothers in order to survive.

“In times like these, only unity and that brotherhood spirit can save the situation. They must not panic because it’s not too late to get away from the relegation zone”.
United’s communications manager Brian Zuma said the current position and situtation was not out of hand and everybody in the team was working around the clock to change it.
“We are all working hard to change it. Maybe we are just unlucky for now, but very soon we will turn the corner.”‘
On Saturday at 8.15pm the United will host Platinum Stars at the Harry Gwala Stadium.

Jerry Barnes

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