Charles Baloyi of Platinum Stars challenged by Mogakolodi Ngele of Supersport United during the Absa Premiership 2017/18 match between Platinum Stars and Supersport United at Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg on 20 February 2018 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix
Wednesday Mar 14, 2018. 11:30
Platinum Stars midfielder Charles Baloyi says they will keep working hard as a team as they fight to avoid the relegation axe in the South African top flight.
Dikwena remain rooted at the bottom of the Absa Premier Soccer League table and the 21-year-old says he will give his all for the club.
Baloyi is adamant Dikwena will beat relegation and said he is happy to have represented the club in the elite division.
“I am happy to have gotten a chance to play regularly and realize my dreams. When I wasn’t play, I felt bad but I was giving 100% at training,” said Baloyi.
“Each and every day I gave my best and now I got a chance. It shows hard work works.
“I want to help the team out of the relegation zone. I believe we can still get out of the relegation zone.
“We just need to continue working hard each and every day. We lack when it comes to scoring. We need to finish our chances.
“We also have to trust one another. We have to be confident in front of goals. We have to play for the team and not for individuals. That way we will win and come out.”
Meanwhile, coach Roger De Sa will lead his troops to Free State when they meet Bloemfontein Celtic for a league clash away this coming Sunday.
The former youth development player added that they must convert their chances and down Siwelele.
“We have to go in one spirit to Celtic. We have to work hard and take our chances. They are also have faults. We have to score goals and get the maximum points,” said Baloyi.