The Rockets have yet to win this season and are now plotting against Misndavana so as not to go further down.
TS Galaxy coach Owen Da Gama has revealed his plans to include Mamlodi Sun Down striker Peter Shawlee when the two sides clashed in a Premier Soccer League match at Loftus Versus Field on Sunday.
The match comes seven days after Shaloli scored his first goal of the season 2-0 against Caesar Chiefs last weekend.
After previously working with Namibia International in Highlands Park, Da Gamma praises the striker’s abilities.
“Yes, you have to plan for Peter Shaloli. He proved it last season and he won the games 1-0, 2-0 for the Sundowns alone.
“Sundowns are that kind of team. Once they score the first goal, it just gives them a lot of encouragement, it gives them a lot of encouragement and it’s not easy to come back against them. Understand the virtues of
“Whether we can stop it or not is a different question, but we will definitely give it our best shot. We will work hard and from a strategic point of view, we will need to fix it.”
TS Galaxy has not won a single league match this season, beating Kaiser Chiefs 0-0 at Embombilla, losing 1-0 to Stalin Bush, before last week against Golden Arrow. At the end of the 2-2 draw.
Before facing Brazil, Da Gama is impressed with his draw against Amakhosi.
“Yes, it certainly does. [Chiefs draw inspiring them]. But sometimes it can be cloudy and I mean when you play against these big teams the players increase their game.
“But they have to be consistent. They have to raise their game when they play against another team. It’s been a problem in the TS Galaxy. You go and play a great game against the Chiefs, the opening game of the season. And then you go and play such a bad game against Stalin Bush.
“It’s like an anti-climax. So we have to be very careful with that situation. But of course, when they play against Sundowns or any other big team, it’s very easy to encourage them.
“But still, we’re trying to keep it as accurate as possible. You have to play your best football, no matter who you play against.”
So far this season, only three teams – Galaxy, Amazulo and Marumo Gilants – have tasted victory.