Thursday Apr 12, 2018. 10:30
Platinum Stars coach Roger De Sa has urged his men to learn from their past mistakes as they prepare to face Kaizer Chiefs this weekend.
The Dikwena boss has urged his men to continue with their massive performance after beating Polokwane City 2-0 at home in the Absa Premiership on Saturday.
Although they remain placed at the bottom of the log table, Stars bagged a crucial win as they revived their survival hopes.
Two goals through Gerald Phiri and Bongi Ntuli ensured they bagged their first win in 2018, but they will need more wins to rescue their PSL status.
“I just hope we can learn from this win and put up another four good performances like the one on Saturday,” said De Sa.
“It was a massive performance. I thought all 11 players were out there doing their jobs. Everybody played well.”
Moreover, the former Orlando Pirates coach was quick to remind his men of the next challenge that lies ahead as they visit an embattled Amakhosi.
Chiefs suffered a 3-0 loss against Chippa United last Saturday and will welcome the Phokeng-based side at the same 2010 FIFA World Cup venue.
“We play Kaizer Chiefs away and that is going to be a very difficult task. It’s good for us that we won, but we are going to face a wounded Chiefs which is not going to be easy,” he added.
“I think Chiefs will roll their sleeves up and they are going to come out to fight. When Chiefs are good they are really good and we have probably got to be even better than we were against Polokwane City. Hopefully we can put on another good performance.”