SuperSport United captain Ronwen Williams believes that his side is getting stronger and ready to keep the ball rolling ahead of their DStv Premiership match against Stellenbosch FC.
SuperSport and Stellies will lock horns at Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium at 19h30 tonight.
“We need to collect maximum points at home and get more points on the board, the team is getting stronger, and some of our players have recovered from injuries and suspensions, so we are feeling good,” said Williams.
The 28-year-old goalkeeper did however express his disappointment for losing their first league match of the season to Golden Arrows last week Wednesday at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium. Matsatsantsa suffered a 3-1 defeat in the hands of the KZN-based side and the aim is to bounce back.
“It was a disappointing result losing our first league match of the season to Golden Arrows, but we don’t have time to feel sorry for ourselves, we took out some of the positives and we have moved forward.”
The Bafana Bafana shot-stopper went on to say that at SuperSport United every game is a Cup final, as they want to win every game.
“We don’t pick and choose or prioritize other games, and we take every match seriously,” he adds.
The Tshwane based outfit skipper showed Stellenbosch some respect by saying that they are a very strong and hard running side.
“We need all our players, and having a few of them back added experience and more quality in our team. Some of the players who are out injured are not far off, some have started training,” Williams concluded.
By Mauwane Raophala