Pitso Mosimane revealed his tactical plan against Free State Stars this Tuesday. It would be a test of character against Stars who recently defeated Premier Soccer League contender Bidvest Wits at their own backyard. Stars find its rhythm after changes in the tactical team.
They have added former Golden Arrows coach Mark Harrison to their backroom staff as co-assistant to Kinnah Phiri, who has been made the team’s head coach. The 53-year-old Englishman will work alongside Themba Sithole to support Phiri, in an effort to boost Ea Lla Koto’s bid to get out of the relegation.
Mosimane has laid down tactical plan to come back with positive results at slaughter house Charles Mopeli Stadium.
“We will go to Free State and we will bring the results. I think this is the test of character for the team, test of character for me. But I will make a plan. I will bring back the full backs and play them as wingers. It’s better to have versatile players, like Bryce Moon who plays right and left back.”
Mosimane is contemplating to make some few changes to strengthen the offensive movement.
“I can push Mzikayise Mashaba up front, I can take Anthony Laffor as a winger and play him as a striker, and we will keep going. The only players left are Percy Tau and Dove Wome.”
Mosimane believes that the victory is imminent against Stars.
“We won't drop the ball we will keep on going. We believe that under this adversity there is something behind. There must be something behind this. I think maybe we will have the last laugh in the league."