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We love Serame Letsoaka says Arrows' Mabhuti Khenyeza

Posted: 23 October 2015 Time: 20:05

Golden Arrows striker Mabhuti Khenyeza says head coach Serame Letsoaka has made huge progress at the club since he took over during the start of the season. 

Speaking ahead of Telkom Knockout quarter-final against one of his former clubs, Supersport United tomorrow, Khenyeza says Letsoaka is a strict coach who stresses good discipline – but this is paying off as Arrows enjoy good form back in the top flight after a season in the NFD.

Khenyeza – the only current Absa Premiership player with over 100 career goals – has only found the back of the net once so far this season, but he is happy with his form.

He laid on a pass for Gladwin Shitolo to score against another of his previous clubs, Ajax Cape Town in the round of 16 earlier this month, and is looking forward to facing SupeSport. After all, Arrows beat them in a League fixture this week.

“We all know coach Letsoaka as the technical director of coaching at Safa and he has a good reputation and is respected,” the 33-year-old striker continues.

“Beside that he's very, very professional and he makes things simple when we are working with him; he's professional.

“He always tries to instill professionalism in each player, at all times. We love him and we will fight hard for him this season.” 

Arrows will be looking for a third semi-final in this competition (SA League Cup), having reached the last four during Khenyeza’s early years at the club, in 2003/04 when it was known as the Coca-Cola Cup and again in 2011/12. 

Article by: Robin-Duke Madlala
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