TS Galaxy coach Sead Ramovic is aiming for a winning start in the DStv Premiership clash against AmaZulu at the Bidvest Stadium on Sunday at 3pm.

The 43-year-old German teacher joined the Rockets midway through the 2021/22 season and helped them avoid relegation as a result.

Last season, the Rockets were not disciplined defensively, conceding 38 goals, scoring just 22 in 30 league games.

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However, Ramovic – a retired goalkeeper – wants them to keep him at the back and play some interesting football after he played his first pre-season game with the team.

Ramovic says he learned a lesson about fighting relegation last season and wants his side to finish in the top eight this season, picking up as many points as possible early to avoid putting themselves under pressure.

“No team likes to play and feel the pressure of relegation, so neither do we. Of course, it was a difficult year, but in the end we managed it very well, although it was not easy,” said Ramovic.

The Serbian did not make too many changes to his team and kept almost the same line-up, arguing that their problem last season was scoring goals.

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Having worked to finish in the off-season, he hopes his players will take their chances in the new Premier League season.

“Like I said, the effort we’re putting in as a whole team, the players, we’ve just added a few and I’m sure they’ll add quality and take us to another level. So the most difficult part of last season was that our passing wasn’t very good, we had a lot of chances but we didn’t score a lot of goals, so that’s something we need to improve on,” the German teacher concluded. origin.

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