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Ramovic: I don’t Have Time For Lazy Players

  • April 9, 2024
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Ramovic: I don’t Have Time For Lazy Players

TS Galaxy coach Sead Ramovic says the secret of doing well is because everyone is pulling in the same direction, adding that he got rid of lazy players because he has no time for them.  

Galaxy recorded their third league win on the bounce when they defeated Gavin Hunt’s SuperSport United on the rainy-soaked day in Pretoria on Saturday.  

Evergreen midfielder Mpho Mvelase slid the winner for Ramovic’s side, leapfrogging Hunt’s side at the same time to number five in the league table with 34 points after 21 matches.  

Talking about the team’s positive run, head coach Ramovic was very complimentary of the team’s effort, and work ethic and how they have uprooted the bad apples from the team. 

“My team has this kind of winning mentality now, we have a lot of players in our group that have this attitude, character, that want to improve and want to win,” said Ramovic, before going hard. 

“We sorted out lazy players, that’s the truth because we had a couple of them that some would start to complain about in the media.” 

Ramovic’s season is somewhat puzzling, having sold key players such as Given Msimango to Kaizer Chiefs, Melusi Buthelezi to Orlando Pirates, and Bathusi Aubaas to Mamelodi Sundowns, amongst others. 

Regardless of the outgoing of the team’s key players, Ramovic is convinced that he still has a good team, with a good attitude to win games. 

“We played three games in eight days, and to put in this kind of performance again, it’s just unbelievable,” said Ramovic, whose side also reached the Carling Knockout Cup and lost to Stellenbosch FC. 

“It speaks to their great attitude and their great character. To win against this kind of tough team, SuperSport, after we played so many games is great, and I think that we deserved the three points.”  

The Rockets have won four of their last five games in all competitions with AmaZulu and Royal AM being amongst the victims of their amazing form. 

Despite a busy January transfer window, the team has had what others would consider a successful campaign with hard work being their secret ingredient, according to Ramovic. 

“I don’t have the time for lazy players; we don’t speak the same language as lazy people. And this is my secret, hard work always beats talent, hard work beats a lot of things,” affirmed the coach. 

TS Galaxy are well on a good projectile, however, with a big room for improvement if they want to achieve all their objectives, as pointed out by their coach. 

“We will improve, we want to improve, and our goal is to be in the top eight spots in the end and to go as far as possible in the cup (Nedbank Cup),” said Ramovic.

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