‘Piro’ content with GU progress

Gaborone United (in red) proved too strong for Premier League rookies, VTM PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Gaborone United (in red) proved too strong for Premier League rookies, VTM PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Gaborone United's (GU) head coach, Pontsho Moloi, believes his side is on the right course after registering the second straight win over the weekend.

The Reds beat rookies, VTM FC 2-0 in a Botswana Premier League (BPL) game played at the National Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Forward Thatayaone Kgamanyane had a goal in each half to become the second player to bag a brace this season after Segolame Boy of Township Rollers.

Speaking to SportMonitor, Moloi said the CAF Confederations Cup adventure has done the Reds a bid deal ahead of the BPL campaign as his side nears its full potential. “We are happy; the Confederation Cup as much as we would have wanted to do well in it, has set up us good for the new season. We can only build from here and go forward,” he said.

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