He says reports that some senior players are not seeing eye-to-eye with the coach Ian Gorowa are ‘rubbish’.
“As far as I know all the players are behind the coach. In fact, we are all in this struggle together; we all want to bounce back to our winning ways and are working closely with the coach.
_quote “Everyone can see that the team is not performing well at the moment but it is wrong to blame the coach for the turn of events.
“When things are not going well, like we are currently experiencing, people tend to speculate but we are flying together,” he insists.
The veteran midfielder-cum-defender says there is no basis for the talk that some players are not happy and want management to get a new man for the job.
“We have put these poor results behind us and are concentrating on getting our League campaign back on track, starting with the game against Mamelodi Sundowns on Wednesday.”