Sekhukhune United coach Brandon Truter says the team are still a work following the 1-0 win over Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday evening.
Babina Noko bagged a second straight league win in the DStv Premiership after seeing off the Amakhosi with Vusimuzi Mncube netting the winner.
Truter also praised the playing personnel for the effort carried out and believes that they are a team that like to press high and force turnovers.
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“Still work in progress, but I’m just happy with the efforts. The guys stuck to the plan as well and then we had to manage it once we took the lead. We had to manage it, we had to…it’s a question of when do you close shop you understand,” Truter told SuperSport TV.
“We closed I think around about the 79th minute we closed, but we always set them up like that. The square passes at the back. We’re a high-pressing team, you can see it now.
“There were so many opportunities to turn it over and it was the same in the last game against Marumo where we turn over in a pressing situation so ja we are a pressing team, counter-pressing team.
“We can actually play it. I think we also kept it well at stages, but its still work in progress. I can just say thank you to the guys for being so humble, taking in a lot of information that is different to what was previous here.
“So, I just say thank you to the guys for the three points, thank you to God and give him all the praises. We’re a praying team so many believers in this team as well. That’s what we take power from and I can just say thank you and all praise to God."
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