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Truter’s Insights On Beating Chiefs Twice

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Truter’s Insights On Beating Chiefs Twice

Sekhukhune United Completes Double Over Kaizer Chiefs: Truter Talks Progress and Upcoming Challenges

Sekhukhune United head coach Brandon Truter is more focused on his side’s progress than upsetting opponents after securing a double victory over Kaizer Chiefs in the DStv Premiership this season. Babina Noko defeated Amakhosi 1-0 in Polokwane on Sunday afternoon, having already defeated them on their 53rd birthday in Soweto in January.

Progress and Puzzle for Sekhukhune United

Truter, after the match, expressed his delight with the performance, stating that completing the double over Chiefs is more about the progress his team is making. He was happy that the jigsaw is finally coming together for his squad, and he believes the biggest competition is within the camp, player to player. The team’s mindset has been impressive, with the boys staying focused despite thinking about holidays and the end of the season.

Top Eight and Nedbank Cup Hopes

Sekhukhune United is now tied on 35 points with Cape Town City, in sixth position on the DStv Premiership log, with four league matches left to play. Truter is aware that there is still room for improvement, but he is pleased with the team’s progress, and there is much to play for in terms of the top eight and the Nedbank Cup.

Upcoming Challenges for Sekhukhune United

Truter acknowledged that traveling throughout the campaign is taking a toll on his players. The upcoming week is going to be hectic for his team with AmaZulu, mid-week Galaxy, and the cup game against Stellies in Cape Town. The technical team is concerned about the amount of fatigue his players are experiencing.

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Mental Toughness for Truter

In addition to the challenges on the pitch, Truter also faced a tough game mentally after his daughter was involved in an accident in Cape Town on Saturday. He expressed his concern and will travel to the mother city to be with his daughter. We wish her a speedy recovery.

Looking Ahead

Sekhukhune United has shown that they can compete with the best in the league and are making steady progress under Truter’s leadership. With the top eight and Nedbank Cup hopes still alive, the team will need to remain focused and mentally tough to overcome the upcoming challenges.

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