ABC Promotional Playoffs: “Am happy with a win”, Makhubedu

ABC Promotional Playoffs: “Am happy with a win”, Makhubedu

Acornbush  ended their Mini League games with a win against Buya Msuthu

They had to fight tooth and nail to grab the winner in the last minutes

Acornbush Coach Macdonald Makhubedu said “am very happy and very proud with today’s win against Buya Msuthu”

“It was not an easy game, it was a game of life and death thats why am happy for the three points”

” Buya is one of the good team, we didn’t undermined them we knewe they will give a hell of tough game”

“We came here well prepared and we don’t want to go back home disappointed and also we dont want to disappoint our supporters”

“We want to make sure that what we came for here we reach it”

“Our main aim is to play next season in NFD, I see that coming”

“We just wait for results only for Super Eagles and someone there must score seven goals”

” I don’t see that happened unless something happened behind the scene yes it can happen”

“People thought I was stupid when I made early substitute; I did it because I didn’t want to lose this game”

“We attack with structure and also we defend with structure as you can look at our goals that we scored; so far five goals that we scored and we kept clean sheet”

“Our goalkeeper didn’t made any save as all balls were off target and am very happy with my defense they are very solid anb they didn’t concede a goal up to so far”

“Defenders win you the game if you have a solid back four,as you can look at our Nedbank cup game against Cape Town City we were tight at the back that’s why we managed to win the game but with Kaizer Chiefs it was just a small errors that cost us to lose the game”

“It is not for the first time that I won the league, I won the league with many teams with good defense”

“So I know supporters want their players but as a coach I want players who will give me results at the end of the day; am happy for the win I don’t see this team will failing to play in NDF next season we are goin to fight until the last minutse of the whistle.”