Engen Petroleum proudly brings their newly sponsored team, SuperSport United to Bloemfontein for a one day coaching clinic.
The top-flight Premier Soccer League team will make their way to Grey College on 15 March 2014, to conduct a youth coaching clinic prior to their open training session at the same venue.
The Pretoria outfit will go through their training routine at the city’s popular school at 15h30 ahead of their clash against locals, Bloemfontein Celtic FC on Sunday, 16 March.
The afternoon will see players such as Bevan Fransman, Ronwen Williams, Mame Niang and others interact with young aspiring soccer stars which will include autograph and photo sessions before moving out onto the sport complex’s field to hone their pre-match preparation.
Matsatsantsa who are currently fourth on the ABSA Premiership log and go into the match focused on securing a three point win against the ever popular Celtic side. Head Coach Cavin Johnson is confident in his team’s current mental state after three recent winning performances in the CAF Confederations Cup. Johnson said they could not afford to rest on their laurels, and stressed the need to continue their hard work, in order to maintain their present momentum and good form.
“It’s imperative for us to get our league campaign back on track and not relax,” says Cavin Johnson.
“We have done well thus far, especially in our CAF games and we hope to bring that same vein of form into this Sunday’s league fixture with Celtic. We are well of what they are capable of and we hope to get a positive result.”
“We are proud to have such a strong association with SuperSport United and thank them for hosting this coaching clinic and engaging with local supporters at Grey College High School. It is important for the Engen organisation to share this special occasion with the Bloemfontein community and invite all young soccer players to come along and experience the fun filled afternoon with us”. said Brad Bergh – Group Sponsorship Manager, Engen Petroleum Limited.