“That loss was a wake-up call for us. We almost lost something that was in our hands. What hurt most from that loss is that we knew we struggle in Bethlehem but there was a belief that we could change things around that day,” Ntshangase told The Sowetan.
“When we left Bethlehem, there was a strong belief that this is the season we will win the league. We will make sure that we don’t lose to Polokwane City and Kaizer Chiefs,” he said.
“The stars have been aligned for us to get this trophy, all we have to do is fight hard and show that we want it,” he added.
“There is no point in just saying we want the league. We have to show that we want it by leaving it all on the field. We know that we are this close to a moment that will change our lives. It’s all in our hands,” Ntshangase concluded.