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Phunya Sele Sele lost to a struggling Maritzburg United last Friday, which was their second defeat in a row, and speaking after that game Seema said he believes the club can overcome their current problems.
Celtic are currently sitting in eighth position but it is not secure as teams below them are not that far away, and Seema does not want to hear anything besides a top-eight finish despite having a very tough season regarding off-field issues.
"We will have to fight to get out of this situation, we had a very tough season in the boardroom and we never gave up from day one, so we can't start now. We have to make sure in our next game against Cape Town City we put in a better performance," he said.
"Our focus is the top eight, I really don't think we are in the relegation zone. At the moment we want to fight for top eight, which is our main focus. In our last five games we have to win three and avoid defeats to finish in a good position."