JOHANNESBURG – SuperSport United may have had ups and downs in their league campaign so far, but coach Keitano Tembo is not losing his sleep over his troops’ inability to be consistent.
Having started their Premiership term by a loss to neighbours Mamelodi Sundowns, SuperSport dusted themselves off and returned to winning ways as they trounced Orlando Pirates 3-0 at home.
That appeared as the change of fortunes, until they endured a 3-3 draw with Cape Town City at home, a fortnight ago.
Last Tuesday, SuperSport bounced back to winning ways as they defeated sworn enemies Sundowns in the MTN8 semi-final second leg mid-week by 2-0.
That ensured they won the tie 3-1 on aggregate, marching on to the competition’s third successive final where they’ll meet Highlands Park at Orlando Stadium on October 5.