Ramovic is optimistic ahead of the second half of the DSTV Premiership

TS Galaxy Football Club might be languishing at the foot of the table but Sead Ramovic who is steering the ship can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Since he took over the coaching reigns from Owen Da Gama the club has shown some major refinements.
The Rockets are now finding the back of the net consistently and have proved to be force at home.
“The club has improved its tactical ability. The focus is on the development of players in such aspects, as endurance, speed, and physical conditioning. We also have to develop a winning attitude, play better defensively, and be more clinical up front. It is all about being better than we were yesterday,” Ramovic explained.
Galaxy has amassed 13 points after 17 league outings.
“We’ve signed some good quality players but the players that will feature are the players that are in good shape. They have to be good at passing and receiving the ball. The key is to show up, work hard and follow the instructions,” he added.
The Rockets have been busy in the current transfer window market. The club reinforced their squad with the services of Shane Roberts who is on loan from Cape Town City, Vuyo Mere and Lifa Hlongwane.
They also parted ways with the likes of Luckyboy Mokoena, Xolani Slawula and Karabo Tshephe.
“If we can do that we will be on our way up to being the champions. Always believe in yourself and strive to be the best you can be. We will be ready to give all our opponents the tough times.” Ramovic stated.

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