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Dlangalala – It’s In Our Hands

TS Galaxy Interim Coach Zipho Dlangalala says they are going to do their best to turn the club’s form around.

Galaxy have been on a disappointing run of six games without a win, and are currently 12th on the DSTV Premiership log.

They face Baroka tonight at the Mbombela Stadium, and the former AmaTuks coach says that while it will be a tough game, the players have shown a lot of commitment in the build-up to the game.

Dlangalala took over two weeks ago after the club let go of Dan Malesela, who has since joined Chippa United.

“A lot of work has been done from the very first day during pre season until now. The effort is there. The players are committed. We will continue with the mission of the club,” Dlangalala told the club’s website.

“This is a new brand and we are all committed and clear that we need to build it and make it a force that everybody should seat and look at.”

 “The players are responding like professional players. We know that we have a very hard task. Every team that we will play against, it is going to be difficult for us. We don’t have history in the league. There is no reference.”

“We respect every opponent and we treat them with that respect. We are preparing very well for our next game like we always do against any other 15 opponents in the league.”

“Whatever we want to do, we can do. We are clear that what happened cannot be changed. But it is also in our hands to change the course of events. That’s what we are committed to do. We would have preferred to play a weaker opponent but as it always be, there’s no weaker opponents.”

“We have to continue working hard and accomplish our mission and on Tuesday, it will be a first step towards accomplishing that mission.”

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