Tskahuma head coach Lucky Nelukau has sent a clear message to Mamelodi Sundowns after their shock 3-2 victory over SuperSport United in the Nedbank Cup quarter-finals.
Nelukau, has set tongues wagging this season, not only for his unique statements to the press but also for sporting military gear during their incredible comeback over Matsatsansa.
TTM came from two goals down against the five-time champions of the competition to eventually score the winner in extra-time and Nelukau, who claimed they will win the title, says they are ‘waiting for Sundowns’.
“I’m not going to give any team respect, to get a team like Marumo Gallants I know it’s not an easy team at all,” he told iDiski Times. “We’re ready for every team, actually we’re waiting for Sundowns. As you guys, all of you are saying they are unstoppable, but we’re ready, we boys are ready for anything.
The military attire was worn as the technical team paid honour to the late Maboho Arnold Azwiambi Mudau, one of the former sponsors that played a pivotal role in the rise of TTM.
“We don’t have a problem with any team, actually we’re waiting for Sundowns. But luckily we got Marumo Gallants and we’re waiting for them, we’re not going to respect any team. My boys are very angry, we want to honour Arnold in style and we’re soldiering on.”
The GladAfrica Championship side face Gallants in the last four, while South African champions Sundowns will challenge Royal AM in KwaZulu Natal for a place in the final.
Story by: @ngwanamogoto