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Bevan Fransman determined to help Bloemfontein Celtic beat Golden Arrows

Posted: 7 April 2016 Time: 12:07

Bloemfontein Celtic defender Bevan Fransman says it has been painful to see the club's fans "leaving Dr. Molemela Stadium crying" and insists the team will give them cause for joy.

Serame Letsoaka's charges only recently ended a five-game losing run, albeit in style as they handed log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns their first defeat in 24 domestic games with a 3-1 scoreline on March 16.

Phunya Sele Sele next face Golden Arrows, whose coach Clinton Larsen effectively swapped jobs with Letsoaka at the end of last year.

"Golden Arrows game has all the ingredients to be a great clash and our players have been superb at training," Fransman told Celtic's website ahead of the league tie at Free State Stadium on Sunday.

"The FIFA break gave us sufficient time to train hard and orchestrate strategies on how to defeat them and the general consensus from the rest of the team is that we must win at all costs.

"It has been painful seeing our supporters leaving Dr. Molemela Stadium crying and the time has arrived to reward them starting from this weekend."

Siwelele are 12th on the Absa Premiership table with 25 points from 23 matches - eight points above the drop zone, and one behind Arrows, who have a game in hand.

Article by: Staff Reporter
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