TS Galaxy seems to enjoy the underdog tag. The Rockets have made it a habit of thriving in difficult situations. The club is currently going through turbulent times at the moment.
Galaxy has suffered a hat-trick of defeats and has a trip to Durban in the next assignment.
Our next opponent is the red-hot AmaZulu at Jonsson Kings Park Stadium on the 24th of April.
The match will kick-off at 5pm. AmaZulu are second on the log and have been deemed as favourites heading into this encounter.
The masses are not giving us any chance but it is something that we are synonymous with. When we dispatched Kaizer Chiefs in the Nedbank Cup final in 2019, no one gave us a chance but we defied the odds at the iconic Moses Mabhida Stadium and lifted the SA’s version of the FA Cup.
It was an identical scenario when we brushed off Lamontville Golden Arrows in the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium.
The Rockets always enjoy the underdog tag. They proved that once again at the start of the year.
We went to Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritzburg and trounced Maritzburg United 3-0.
At that time we were going through torrid times and the masses wrote us off but we did what we do best which is thriving under pressure situations.
Swallows FC were also brimming with confidence heading into the encounter against us at Mbombela Stadium.
The Birds were unbeaten in the league and we inflicted their first defeat in the DStv Premiership.
So, what we will be facing heading into AmaZulu is not something new to us. The lads are ready to embrace the challenge and defy the odds again.