TS Galaxy wants to rule at home

TS Galaxy FC is still unbeaten at Mbombela Stadium after one outing and the Rockets are out to stretch that record to two matches.

TS Galaxy FC strikers are working diligently at training to finally rattle the back of the net for the Rockets in the new season.

After two league outings, the club is yet to find any luck in front of goal. In our first game against Kaizer Chiefs at Mbombela Stadium, we settled for a point. The game ended in a 0-0 stalemate.

Unfortunately, a red card set us back as we succumbed to a 1-0 loss at the expense of Stellenbosch FC in our second game of the season.

Wayde Lekay has made it clear that they are out to protect the unbeaten run.

“It is always nice going to Mbombela Stadium. It is a beautiful stadium. From that, we gain a lot of confidence. We don’t want to lose any of our games at home.

“If we can go there and get the results, we will be happy. That’s the most important thing. It is nice to play at home. Unfortunately, there are no fans. We would like to play in front of our crowd. Hopefully, that will be soon. Nonetheless, we go out there, full of confidence. We want to win as many games as possible. Our home is our fortress,” Lekay elaborated.

The 23-year-old is eager to open his account for the Rockets.

“We’ve been working hard for the team as strikers. We’ve been putting in some extra work. Some of us are coming a little bit earlier to do some finishing and stuff. Finishing is definitely something that we need to improve as players. It is a collective. We are fixing it as a team,” he added.

The Rockets will entertain Lamontville Golden Arrows on Saturday at 3pm at Mbombela Stadium.

“It is something that we need to work on and we take full responsibility for it as strikers for not putting the ball at the back of the net. It is something we are working on at training. We will improve. Our target is to score goals.” Lekay explained.

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