Molangoane’s statements came through following the Nedbank Cup last 16 draw after the Glamour Boys were drawn at home against National First Division side Stellenbosch FC, a side they knocked-out in the last 32 round of the 2017 edition.
With Amakhosi having beaten the NFD side before, Molangoane says things are different now but they will put up a fight.
“It is difficult, but we need to soldier on and you know that we need a trophy. The technical team and players know how important it is. We won against Golden Arrows and now we need to come up with a plan for Stellenbosch,” said Molangoane.
Before their focus on the Nedbank Cup, the Soweto giants have a daunting task in the league coming up against Benni McCarthy’s Cape Town City at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.