Pitso tells Sundowns groundsman: ‘Dobsonville is your new workplace’
“Jingles” desires the turf at Dobsonville to be at the usual that can enable his workforce to play their trademark “shoe-shine and piano” model
“Take all the pieces to Dobsonville Stadium” – that is Pitso Mosimane’s instruction to the groundsman who takes care of the coaching pitches at Mamelodi Sunset’s base, Chloorkop.
Sundowns can be spending the rest of the Absa Premiership season within the Soweto-based enviornment as they’ve adopted Dobsonville for his or her residence video games.
“Jingles” who has all the time been obsessive about the finer particulars, desires the turf at Dobsonville to be at the usual that can enable his workforce to play their trademark “shoeshine and piano” model of soccer.
“I’ve despatched my individuals there, the individuals who take care of Chloorkop pitches and all that. I informed them that their workplace is now not Chloorkop however Dobsonville Stadium and so they have to be there 9-5pm and ensure that the pitch is prepared and is in correct situation.”
“We’ve been given a venue to play at and you may’t be making excuses or passing the buck onto anyone else. You recognize the place you might be taking part in so you will need to take care of the pitch. I requested them if they may take the lawnmowers and the vans that minimize the grass,” mentioned Mosimane.
“Generally you get paranoid and also you surprise if the groundsman is examined for COVID-19 as a result of I’m going to be speaking to that man and strolling with him to the pitch. He is perhaps examined however the place does he keep, it’s a problem and that’s simply soccer beneath COVID-19.”
Nevertheless, Sundowns can be taking part in at Orlando Stadium this weekend, the place they’ll face Bidvest Wits within the semifinal of the Nedbank Cup.