Steve Komphela, Free State Stars coach
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"You cannot choose some things in life, it's like me asking to have a white father. It's not possible. I'm a black man."
"It's nice to hear positive remarks, but it's nicer to get negative ones. If you listen too much to what people say, you lose. What gives us belief is inspiration for us to do better. It's a wish and will of any coach to win medals and trophies."
"I want players who are willing to leave a sweat on the field."
Gordon Igesund, Moroka Swallows coach
“Maybe the guys think I will be mad at them (for conceding two late goals), but I won’t. I won’t throw my toys when I get to the dressing room. The boys worked hard, they deserved the win (against Black Leopards).
“We taking one game at a time,”
Lerato Chabangu, Moroka Swallows player
“I don’t think there’s any pressure on us at the moment. We are not the one on top of the log at the moment. The pressure is on the team above us because they have to make sure that they keep winning, because if they don’t, we will do our job and results will follow.”
Thabo September, SuperSport United defender
"The excitement is still sinking in. I am happy for myself and for everybody in the team that has worked so hard to help the club qualify for the Final. I think we have set up a good Final between ourselves and Sundowns."
Johan Neeskens, Mamelodi Sundowns coach
“The score should have been much higher. We could have scored at least three or four more and that has been our problem all season is that we cannot finish our chances. In this game we did not pay for it, but in other games we have.”
“We had a good game in that we created the chances so easily. But sometimes against 10 men it is not always an advantage.”