Gavin Hunt says Bidvest Wits will “show professionalism until the end” as he prepares to galvanize his charges one last time.
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The Clever Boys will cease to exist next season after their sale to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila.
They are not only gearing up for a late Premiership title charge in the remaining games of this campaign but also for a spot in the Nedbank Cup final.
Wits, in sixth place on the league standings, are only ten points adrift of leaders Kaizer Chiefs with nine games to play, while Mamelodi Sundowns stand in their way in their upcoming Nedbank tie, which takes place ahead of their league return.
Speaking to City Press, the Wits mentor said: “It’s difficult because we have so much to deal with.
“So, it’s not only the physical but psychological issues to deal with.
“We’ll see how it goes and we will show professionalism until the end.
“In a normal pre-season, you would play five or six friendly games. We haven’t really done anything like that. Our programme will not be easy because we have so many catch-up games.”