Chippa United players to get scoring boots on

Finishing chances is the priority for Chippa United’s new coach Tebeho Moloi as he prepares his side this week for their Absa Premiership trip to leaders Lamontville Golden Arrows at the weekend.

But Moloi, whose first three matches in the charge of the Port Elizabeth-based club since taking over from Dan Malesela have all ended in draws, says he “can see light at the end of the tunnel”.

“We had so many chances in Sunday’s game against Bloemfontein Celtic and it is something we are working on. The boys must understand they must execute their chances with conviction.”

Moloi says he has not had enough time since taking over to really work with the team but now has a full week on the training pitch before the trip to KwaMashu on Saturday afternoon (kick off 3pm).

Moloi said it be would be difficult to predict how long it would take to improve the club’s finishing. “But against Celtic I saw improvement so I was disappointed with the draw. We need to move the ball with more speed, however.”