The duo have struggled to score for the Brazilians since joining the club from Bolivar and SuperSport United respectively.
“There are two people, who are really unfortunate. We told them we must take them to the township to one sangoma,” Mosimane told TimesLIVE.
“Sirino, every game he gets a chance and if he doesn’t hit the post, he misses an easy one same as Jeremy. Those guys are so unlucky. But they play well and they help us, you know. It’s okay, Sirino is gonna get there,” Mosimane continued.
“You must also understand I was watching the game in South America just to try and see what’s the difference now that he’s here. They (South Americans) play a little bit slow hey and here, he has to come back and defend.
“They drag the game, but in the Absa Premier League everybody moves hey so he’s also trying to adjust but he will get there,” added Jingles.
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