Tshepo Ntsoelengoe
Football Writer
1 minute read
18 Jan 2018
3:55 pm

Club sale talks disturbing – De Sa

Tshepo Ntsoelengoe

Platinum Stars coach Roger de Sa has admitted that talks of the of the club being sold have been disturbing, but everyone at the club has focused on the job at hand.

Roger de Sa, coach of Platinum Stars (Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix)

“It’s been a little bit disturbing. I think everybody knows about the sale of the club, but I must be honest the players have been outstanding, the whole staff has been focused and keen on the job at hand,” said De Sa.

De Sa hopes the acquisition of Manti Mekoa, Zama Rambuwane and Letsie Koapeng will give the team some boost and try to get some positive results.

“I can’t complain about anything really, they (players) have been really good. No one has really sort of dropped their heads even in difficult circumstances we are in. Everybody has fought on, and that is all I can ask for. I think there was a stage where we showed good form and good promise. Right now with the new players coming in I think we will be okay.”

A consortium in Cape Town and the owners of Alex Black Aces the Morfou brothers George and Mario are reportedly interested in purchasing the club.

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