Orlando Pirates Serbian coach Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic says he is concerned about the club’s failure to find the back of the net.
Despite collecting four points in four Absa Premiership matches, the Buccaneers haven’t scored from open play in the current campaign.
This after Pirates lost 1-nil to Bloemfontein Celtic, at the Free State Stadium on Sunday.
With 41 goals, Pirates were the second best scoring club in the league last season. To compound their miseries, Bucs have now suffered back-to-back league defeats in four days.
Sredojevic says, “It is something that is very disappointing. We are creating; however, we have still not found and set ourselves in competitive form and right scoring boots. It is something that is concerning. We are working very hard to sort that problem. Every team that plays against us are fully aware that our defensive approach is something that limit the chances created against us believing that all chances that we create we shall not convert.”