Bloem Celtic encouraged by performance so far

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The top form with which Bloemfontein Celtic started the season, continues.

The side has been collecting points left, right and centre, prompting a smile of appreciation on the faces of co-coaches Lehlohonolo Seema, John Maduka and goalkeeper coach Simon Gopane.

The side has won six games, lost six and drew seven games from their 19 Absa Premiership league games. The team has retained their top 8 position and Seema says they intend to keep their position in the top half.

The transfer window period has been quite for Celtic, with Orlando PiratesJustice Chabalala the only player to join Phunya Sele Sele on a five-month loan until the end of the season.

Earlier this month Celtic confirmed that they would be moving their home matches to Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in the Eastern Cape, following several complaints from visiting teams.

Celtic are currently placed seventh on the log with 20 points behind log leaders Kaizer Chiefs.

They are in the top three teams with the most goals scored this season, 30, while Amakhosi are on 38 goals. Seema says they need to work on their defence.

– Report by Tshenolo Meruti