Winnerspark hail Mayoyo their saviour

Richard Nkosi

Richard Nkosi

After a string of poor results Winnerspark will pin their hopes of a revival on new coach Innocent "Ayoba-yo" Mayoyo.

Winnerspark take on the equally struggling Dynamites in a National First Division inland stream league game at Seshego Stadium at 3:30pm on Sunday.

Under the guidance of expelled Mlungisi "Professor" Ngubane, Badumedi lost the sting that had seen them become one of the early title challengers before the Christmas recess. They've lost their first two games this year.

The Seshego based outfit was defeated 0-1 and 0-4 by Mpumalanga Black Aces and AmaTuks respectively.

They last tasted victory last December with a 2-0 beating of FC AK.

Mayoyo, the man who guided the team to the play-offs two seasons ago has promises a repeat.

However, against Dynamos, Badumedi are coming up against a club that is fighting to move away from the dreaded axe.

Dynamos are inspired by the four points accumulated in their two games this year - beating Witbank Spurs 3-2 and a 3-all draw against Black Leopards.

Dynamos coach, Jacob "Cellular" Sakala will rely on the experience of former Premiership campaigners Patrick Apataki, Rodney "Danger" Thobejane, Nicholas "Green" Mkhabela and Joseph Mthombeni.

Badumedi too, in their arsenal boast the likes of Sipho Sephadi and the most feared striker in the division, Ndumiso Mabena, who is currently the leading goal-scorer with nine-goals from 14 games.