Siwelele vows their blood will remain green

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Speaking to snl24.com/kickoff, Celtic number 1 supporter Botha Msila says Siwelele have vowed to remain loyal and committed to the team irrespective of the team’s recent results.

Msila maintains that they are still a 100 percent behind the team and coach Khabo Zondo and are confident that Phunya Sele Sele will return to their winning ways when they travel to Durban to face Golden Arrows in the Absa Premiership game set for King Zwelithini Stadium this weekend.

_quote“The team is not performing well, but I think these are the times when our loyalty to the team is being tested.

“We will die with this team. We are the ones who reinstated Khabo Zondo and even though we have not managed to get positive results, we are happy with the way the team is performing.

“We will continue to give support to the club, players and the coach until we get good results. We will be in Durban in full force to give them support and I feel pity for Arrows because we will start by turning the tables on them.”

Meanwhile, Celtic PRO Sello Nduna tells snl24.com/kickoff that they are still waiting for Safa to release their findings in the case involving striker Petrus Mahlatsi who allegedly to have been tested positive for a banned substance.