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Maketa: Proteas can’t let two weeks’ work reflect badly on us | IOL

Cape Community (South Africa) – DURHAM – A nation may still be reeling from the Proteas’ disastrous results at the World Cup, but assistant coach Malibongwe Maketa believes nobody is hurting more than everyone inside the dressing room.

Summary

  • DURHAM – A nation may still be reeling from the Proteas’ disastrous results at the World Cup, but assistant coach Malibongwe Maketa believes nobody is hurting more than everyone inside the dressing room.
  • “As much as we’re playing for millions of people back home, we need to make sure we walk away from this World Cup and justify why we’re here,” Maketa said.
  • Although Maketa is rarely seen in the spotlight, with the former Warriors coach preferring to do all the hard work behind the scenes, he will now be lumped as part of the 2019 World Cup disaster.
  • Maketa fully understands the realities though, but hopes that this dismal World Cup campaign will not be the determining factor going forward.
  • Pakistan are now just one point of fourth place 👀 #CWC19 | #NZvPAK | #WeHaveWeWill pic.

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