SuperSport United coach Kaitano Tembo insists there is still much to play for this season following an early exit from the Nedbank Cup‚ but he is worried about the depth of his squad in the second half of the Premiership campaign. SuperSport were brushed aside 2-0 by Cape Town City in the Nedbank Cup Last 32 on Saturday‚ with Tembo pointing to lack of depth on the bench as one of the team’s problems in this fixture in which they always looked second-best. “If I look at my bench‚ I’ve got Kamo [Kamohelo Mahlatsi]‚ who has been playing in the MDC [MultiChoice Diski Challenge]‚ and Kagiso [Malinga]‚ who was playing in the ABC Motsepe League. We lack depth‚” Tembo said. It is a situation not helped by the continued self-imposed absence of veteran winger Thuso Phala and what looks like a likely move for Fagrie Lakay to Bidvest Wits in January. “We want to [sign players]‚ but it is difficult. I must try and work with what I have. Players are going out, but no players are coming in. I must...

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