"We don't run somebody else's race, we run our own race. When they are doing well, we do not check the athlete on the other track.
|Steve Komphela © Backpagepix
"We focus on our own race, it's good for them but we don't know how far their luck will go, we just have to concentrate on our business," Steve Komphela, Free State Stars coach.
“I’m not a man to criticise, we all make mistakes, but this is a hell of a mistake when the ball is going in. I think they (the officials) need to see that,” Muhsin Ertugral, Golden Arrows coach
"To be honest I did not expect as good a start as we have had. You never know how competitive you are going to be until you start playing.
"I've said to the players it's not about one or two games, it's about eight, nine or 10, then you will be able to gauge how competitive you are. But 12 points from six games has been a fantastic start for us," TUKS coach, Steve Barker
“It’s a great comeback after two negative results in the league and obviously I’m delighted for the players. We have gone through a bad time since winning the MTN8, but I knew the guys would be up for the challenge today.
“Any result is a good result against Sundowns and when you score two goals against Sundowns it’s a good result,” Zeca Marques, Moroka Swallows coach
“We knew they were a hard running team that were going to come at us. One or two errors and we paid for it. We had chances to go one nil up, but we didn’t and we have got to keep working at it.
“Second half we went to sleep a little bit, got a bit tired and stopped doing what we were supposed to do. And then we lost our shape a little bit,” Roger de Sa, Orlando Pirates coach.