Roggert Nyundu talks Veselin Jelušic expectations at Bloemfontein Celtic
Posted: 6 September 2017 Time: 15:01
Bloemfontein Celtic attacker Roggert Nyundu has faith the team is in good hands under Serbian coach Veselin Jelušic.
Jelušic has steered the side to 1-1 draws against Kaizer Chiefs and Golden Arrows in his first two matches in charge.
The former Botswana and Angola tactician joined the Premiership outfit in early July, taking over the reins from caretaker boss Lehlohonolo Seema.
With Phunya Sele Sele's failed attempt to hire Luc Eymael last term, Seema narrowly guided the club to safety with John Maduka after the sacking of Serame Letsoaka in October 2016.
"Coach Ves emphasises that we need to play with a lot of gusto, determination and proper organisation while eliminating unnecessary mistakes," Nyundu is quoted as saying on the Premier Soccer League's official website.
"His professional conduct and laudable credentials, ability to work with players both physically and psychologically will benefit us as individuals and ultimately the team."
Meanwhile, Nyundu, who netted against Arrows, is hoping to force his way back into Bafana Bafana contention this season.
“I have introspected and I must agree, this is my last chance to play for the national team. Most of us here share this sentiment and that is what is going to drive us to work harder, play graciously while setting ourselves targets to achieve,” concluded the ex-Polokwane City man.
Jelušic's charges next face Rise and Shine in the league at Old Peter Mokaba Stadium on September 12.