After three rounds of matches, Tshwane University of Technology is determined to claim their stake in the top of women’s football league.
TUT have collected five points in the Hollywoodbets Super League and now they look to host Eastern Cape’s Thunderbirds in their next clash after finishing second last season
Vice-captain Busisiwe Ndimeni said the team is gunning for a league title now.
“Well as a team we are trying to improve from last season. We are working hard on it and we have no pressure though. Were competing for the league-to win in it, it still very early stage to say we will win but we are competing to win it” said Ndimeni.
The former Banyana Banyana striker believes their 2021 season has inspired them to go for glory and they are better prepared to do well in the league.
“Indlela esiqede ngayo ( the way we finished) last season from number-eight to number-two yindlela esifuna ukuqhubeka ( it is the way we want to carry-on with) because that was our biggest achievement and that’s the standard we wanna keep as a team going forward” Ndimeni added.
Although she is not thinking about getting back on the national team currently, Ndimeni says she is working hard to be one of the best players in the country again.
By Busisiwe Mokwena