Shongwe replaces Johnson at Supersport

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This was disclosed to snl24.com/kickoff by coach United coach Gavin Hunt, who added that at this stage they have not set their sights at winning the league title, but are taking each game as it comes.

“Winning the league is not in our minds at the moment. We are taking each game as it comes. Getting a point away from home against a team like Wits was vital for us and we shall continue to work hard and make sure we collect as many points as possible.”

Hunt says even though his team has suffered a major blow with the injury to captain Ricardo Katza, who has been ruled out of action for the rest of the season, he has other capable players in the squad who can help them pick up the R10-million prize.

“Thabo September has done well for us this season and we also have Simphiwe Mkhonza,” he adds.