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Ajax Cape Town had a roller coaster season in 2016/17, where they initially struggled under the leadership of Roger de Sa, parted ways with the former Bidvest Wits coach, appointed Stanley Menzo as his replacement, and saw an upturn in their form before eventually falling short of a place in the top eight of the Absa Premiership.
On the cup front, they were beaten in the first rounds of both the Telkom Knockout and the Nedbank Cup, embarrassingly going down at the hands of lower league KwaDukuza United in the latter competition.
The Urban Warriors remain one of the country’s top producers of fine young talent, but keeping a hold of their best players for long enough to build a team capable of challenging for honours has proven to be their constant donwfall.
Ahead of the 2017/18 season they have again turned to their youth system as the first port of call for fresh blood. If Menzo can inspire a new era of consistency and self belief, then a return to the upper reaches of the league may not be beyond this inexperienced Ajax team.
|Ajax Cape Town||vs||Kaizer Chiefs||12 May 18||Cape Town Stadium|
|Mamelodi Sundowns||vs||Ajax Cape Town||09 May 18||Loftus Versveld Stadium|
|Ajax Cape Town||vs||Baroka FC||24 Apr 18||Cape Town Stadium|
|Ajax Cape Town||2 - 1||Bloemfontein Celtic||21 Oct 17||Cape Town Stadium||Report|
|Free State Stars||2 - 0||Ajax Cape Town||18 Oct 17||Goble Park Stadium||Report|
|Ajax Cape Town||0 - 2||Cape Town City FC||30 Sep 17||Cape Town Stadium||Report|
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|ABSA PREMIERSHIP 2017/18 TEAM RECORD|
|LAST 10 HOME:||5||2||1||2||5||5||0||14||1||7|
|LAST 10 AWAY:||5||0||2||3||2||7||0||4||0||2|