The Zimbabwean says the team’s leaky defence will soon rediscover its rhythm and shut out opposition strike-forces, starting in tomorrow’s Absa Premiership game against champions Mamelodi Sundowns.
The towering defender insists the team is looking for a fresh start under new coach Miguel Gamondi, and want to put the bad memories of the last few months behind them..Ndlovu was substituted in the 45th minute as The Lions of the North let in half-a-dozen goals away to Moroka Swallows in a 6-2 defeat (they had conceded four by halftime), and he was subsequently left out of the 1-1 draw with Orlando Pirates a week ago.
“Those things happen in soccer,” the Zimbabwe international tells snl24.com/kickoff. “We just have to be strong, positive and look forward at what is to come. We need to put the recent poor run of form behind us.”
The match against Sundowns will be the first in charge for Miguel Gamondi and his assistant, Cavin Johnson, who took over from the duo of Thierry Mulonzo and Allan Freese, who had failed to secure a win since the departure of Owen da Gama to Pirates in September.