The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT Ladies) have endured a poor start in the Hollywoodbets Super League as they have already lost two of their opening eight matches.
Coach Anna Monate, who took over from Tebogo Mokae has said that their target this season is to secure a top-three finish despite their slow start.
“I’m adjusting very well, it’s just that the players cannot switch on. They are on and off. They are like flu, like this Covid. They are playing a dangerous game. As a player you have to switch on, you cannot have two halves,” said the former Banyana Banyana player as quoted by Diskiqueenz.co.za.
“I have to achieve position three. Like it or not. If they don’t want to come in, I will have to get players. If they cannot be consistent, that’s too bad for the players. They know what my mandate is.
“Our mandate is top three, if they cannot do that, then during the second round, I can get players that want to play. They must know that I’m sorry. They have everything, why can’t they come to the party?” she asked.
TUT Ladies are currently fifth on the Super League log standings with 16 points with their last game being a 1-0 win over The University of Johannesburg on Sunday.
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By FARPost Reporter