KWAMASHU - Steve Komphela is enjoying a new lease of life in his tenure with Bloemfontein Celtic while his former side Kaizer Chiefs are still struggling even without his presence.
Komphela made it two victories from two matches as he swept past Abafana Bes'thende at Princess Magogo Stadium in KwaMashu in an Absa Premiership encounter. It is a perfect start for Komphela. His side have scored four goals and kept two clean sheets in two league matches.
While Komphela is enjoying a good start with his new employers, Amakhosi are struggling under the new leadership of Giovanni Solinas. Chiefs are yet to collect maximum points in two league matches and they have conceded two four goals. Many thought Komphela was the main problem at Chiefs but he is showing that he is more than capable.
Celtic are going through management problems but his players are playing with confidence. It is still early in the season but Celtic have already sent a statement of intent that they will be no push overs. Alfred Ndengane and Lorenzo Gordinho have formed a formidable pairing at the back.
Arrows coach, Clinton Larsen, made one change in the team that got the better of Maritzburg United this past weekend in highly contested KwaZulu-Natal derby. Thabo Molefe made way for Nkanyiso Cele in the middle of the park.