De Sa won't walk away
Wits coach Roger de Sa said there was no chance of him walking away from the club at the end of the season after what has been a disappointing campaign for the Clever Boys.
Wits can make their Premiership survival mathematically safe with a point against fellow strugglers Black Leopards tonight at Milpark Stadium (7.30pm kickoff) as they find themselves six points clear of Santos in the relegation play-off position with both teams having two games left to play.
But Wits are without a league win in 2012, a run of 13 games that has included seven defeats, though De Sa said a crippling injury list has been the major factor behind the results.
He believes they do have the nucleus of a squad to build on for next season.
"I'm contracted to the club for next season and I absolutely love what I do," he said.
"I'm very passionate about this club and the work that we are doing here and I believe the feeling is mutual. It has been a tough job at times. I have been acting as club CEO for the past two-and-a-half years as well, but I'm also proud of what we have been able to achieve. We have developed a lot of players for the South African game and to be honest, that is our major focus."