Tshepo Ntsoelengoe
Football Writer
1 minute read
4 Feb 2016
9:58 am

De Sa hopes for a quick Paulse come back

Tshepo Ntsoelengoe

Ajax Cape Town coach Roger de Sa is hoping for Nathan Paulse to recover quickly after the striker broke his arm in their 2-1 loss to Orlando Pirates at the Orlando Stadium on Wednesday night.

Roger De Sa, Coach of Ajax Cape Town.Pic: BackpagePix

Paulse was ruled out in the early stages of the game and De Sa believes that his absence in the field was visible and he could have made an impact if he finished the match.

“We could have got a draw here with some of the chances we got,” said the Ajax Coach.

“Unfortunately we think he broke his arm, hopefully it is not that bad., He is not the type of a guy that gets injured and goes off easily it must be a serious injury.”

The Urban Warriors will be back in Gauteng this weekend, this time around for a clash with SuperSport United, who recently appointed

Stuart Baxter as their new coach following the sacking of Sammy Troughton.

“We have to get ready for the Saturday game. We are just going to make a quick trip back home tomorrow (today) morning, recover a little bit and make our way back for Saturday’s match.”