“Truth be told: it is tough and training with no drive or anything pushing you becomes difficult too. In fact, I miss football; I miss my life. After all, it’s not just a field it is my home,” said a UJ football player.
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Much anticipation awaits the 7th fixture as this might seal UJ’s fate in the tournament.
UJ coach Mandla Zwane told The Open Journal that one of the challenges is the lack of wins in their home games.
Having played away against the Central University of Technology, the University of Johannesburg’s Orange Army started well with a 0-1 win against the hosts in the first round.
A total of 90% of the team are new players with four sitting out due to injuries from the previous preseason matches, while others graduated and some having faced the misfortune of falling out on their studies with F-7.