Sead Ramovic, the coach of TS Galaxy, has banned alcohol and partying, emphasising the importance of discipline in his team.
The Mpumalanga-based Rockets recently showcased their strength by reaching the finals of the Carling Knockout Cup after a victory over AmaZulu FC in the semi-finals.
This success comes after losing key players in the last transfer window, including Given Msimango, Bathusi Aubaas, Tshegofatso Nyama, and Melusi Buthelezi.
However, the team has not shown signs of being affected just yet.
Ramovic admitted the team’s financial constraints in retaining top talent remains strong.
“It’s not as easy as people think with clubs that don’t have financial power,” he said, FarPost reported.
He emphasised the need for players with “great character, great lifestyle” and a commitment to hard work over partying.
“It’s about discipline. In my team, no alcohol, no partying. If you don’t want to do this, you’re out,” Ramovic said.
The coach also shared his strict daily routine, involving early morning game analysis and training sessions designed to help players continuously improve.
“Every session we do, we record, cut clips and show players where they can improve. It’s hard work, it’s 24 hours a day but this is the only way to increase the chances of winning,” he said.
Compiled by staff writer
Pictured above: Sead Ramovic.
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