Teboho Moloi was unimpressed withe refereeing after TKO exit
Posted: 5 November 2017 Time: 18:57
Chippa United coach Teboho Moloi was not too pleased with the officiating in his side's 1-0 loss to Kaizer Chiefs in the Telkom Knockout quarter-finals.
Bernard Parker struck a first-half penalty to hand Steve Komphela's charges a 1-0 win at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The former Orlando Pirates assistant coach claims he hardly complains about the referee's decisions.
"I'm not one to complain about referees or officiating. I'm a baby. I'm crawling. I'm still new in this field. So for me to complain about officiating is not right," Moloi told told SuperSport TV.
"I'm not going to complain. The only thing I'm going to say is that I remember in my playing days 1987-1992 when we lost against Kaizer Chiefs this is how we used to lose.
"If I'm going to lose games in this way then I'm still learning. I expect to lose with the opposition really coming at me, coming with tactical plans, that I'll accept. But I have to accept because I grew up knowing that the only way Chiefs could beat me is through this way.
"It's part of the game, we grow up. This is what I want my team to learn. We have to take it even if it's a pill that is hard to swallow but take it like I'm taking it. There's nothing we can do."