Hotto, in an exclusive interview with the Siya crew, revealed that he initially had reservations about moving to Tanzania when Martin expressed interest in having him join. It was during Hotto’s second season with the Buccaneers, and he was content to stay with the Soweto giants. A second meeting in a week is scheduled for Saturday, this time in the DSTV Premiership at Orlando Pirates, with Hotto and the team eager to upset Usuthu again. The 33-year-old former Bidvest Wits and Bloemfontein Celtic player shared his thoughts, expressing his satisfaction with his current situation and emphasizing the team’s need to focus on their upcoming match and secure the much-needed points for a chance to play in Africa next season.

Hotto also acknowledged the opposition’s playing style, highlighting the tactics they employ involving crossing the ball into the box. He emphasized the need for his team to effectively deal with those situations. The team seems to be gearing up to compete for a spot in the continental club competition, with several players performing well.

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