Coach of Bidvest Wits, Gavin Hunt has expressed disappointment over his team’s ouster from the CAF Confederation Cup at the hands of two time African champions, Enyimba FC.
The coach in a post match interview, revealed to journalists that he came to Calabar with optimism after the disappointing draw in the first leg.
”I’m very disappointed, I thought we had some chances before the one they (Enyimba) did with the penalty,” Hunt said.
He also regretted his side’s failure to take their chances in South Africa and complained of the playing surface at the U.J Esuene Stadium.
“We should’ve won in Johannesburg with five or six goals.
“It’s difficult to play here. A club as big as Enyimba should not play on a pitch like this but that’s football.”
The PSL title winning coach stressed that his side is having a bad season, one which he insists they are focused on salvaging.
“We are having a very bad season but we need to make the top 8 and we’ve got a really big game this weekend (vs Orlando Pirates)” Hunt concluded.
The top eight teams in the PSL, play a Super 8 mini tournament to determine the outright league winners.