Chippa United central midfielder Sammy Seabi has revealed that his team has moved past their 1-0 away loss to Royal AM at Chatsworth Stadium, last week Sunday.
The Chilli Boys lost their first match of the season and that broke their momentum as they look to avoid events of last season, where they survived relegation through the play-offs.
The former Polokwane City player is adamant they will correct their wrongs, when they face Orlando Pirates at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, on Saturday.
“It’s something that we need to learn from, I believe since we came back (from Durban) we know where we got it wrong and where we got it right,” Seabi reflected.
“We just need to man up and take responsibility then we can manage, we’ve done it before. So I believe we’ll also do that come Saturday.
“So now we are just preparing for this game that is coming, which is Pirates on Saturday. I believe we are ready and we’ve fixed where we thought maybe we have some issues.
“So now we are prepared, I believe we are ready for Saturday game,” said Seabi.
By Wonga Sirayi
FARPost’s KZN Reporter