Platinum Stars FC has moved a spot higher after winning their crucial game on Sunday afternoon at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace. Platinum Stars beat Moroka Swallows 1-0 to grant them 3 points that came in handy for the team, after losing 7 of their 20 games this season. Everyone came to party and contributed so much into the well-deserved victory. It was Dikwena’s day, and North West really came in for the only team in their province with a satisfying number of supporters chanting and cheering for their favourite team.
An own goal by Dube Birds defender Rudi Isaacs a minute before half-time was enough to seal a valuable three points for Dikwena in a very quiet encounter played in the ever hot of Phokeng. “We just need to take it a day at a time and we will see the fruits of success. I am happy with the mood at camp and everyone is contributing their last breaths. Players have come in, Support staff is also giving us a lot of support from Management, and we need that. I am happy but not content as we need to keep playing for victory. I got inside the stadium, and saw a very convincing number of supporters on the chairs, I was happy and I knew they came to support us, I thank them very much for their efforts throughout the game” Allan Freese on the game between Stars and Swallows.
The North West side is now going away to University of Pretoria on Wednesday night for another league encounter. The game will be played at Tuks Stadium at 19:30 and Dikwena will look at this game with a victorious approach, they must.
“We are preparing very well for our next game and now that the league has reached its crux, one must always look forward to push more and score goals, we need goals and nothing else. Looking forward to another game on Wednesday, Dikwena will bounce back” Freese concludes.
Posted: 9 March 2015