Magesi FC head coach Clinton Larsen has revealed what they need to do to stay competitive in the Motsepe Foundation Championship.
Magesi currently occupies third position in the SA second tier, with 22 points from 13 outings.
Coach Larsen has highlighted what they need to do to tick as they target promotion to the elite league.
Last time out, they drew 2-2 with Casric Stars at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium this past Sunday. The 52-year-old gaffer believes consistency should be their driving force this campaign.
In the 2022/23 season, Dikwena Tša Meetse finished the season in 12th position with 37 points.
The Durban-born mentor reckons that improvement in consistency can push them to compete further.
LARSEN ON MAGESI FC PERFORMANCE AND COMPETING FOR PROMOTION
“Yeah well firstly, you know after 13 games, our target was to be in the top three come the 19th December when we play our last game of the year.
“So, we in fact to achieving that. We sitting in the top 3 currently, and we have four more games to make sure we stay there.
“I do believe that we can compete with the other teams up until the end of the season,” Larsen told FARPost.
MATTER OF CONSISTENCY TO PERFORM
“It’s a matter of consistency for me. We need to improve in our consistency and at the same time,” he added.
“I think the team is getting stronger as the season is going on. A lot of the young players who are playing at this level for the first time are gaining experience week in and week out and that’s helping them.
“Like I’ve said, I believe the team is getting stronger with each game we are playing with each month passes and I’m expecting a strong second round of the season from the team.”
Larsen’s troops will shift their focus to their next match against the University of Pretoria at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium on Friday at 15:30.
By Mashale Mpho Mabotja
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