KHAMA Billiat has opened up on his frustrating spell on the side-lines after being ruled out for the remainder of the 2022/23 season.
Billiat watched as his teammates succumbed to a 3-2 come-from-behind defeat at the hands of Golden Arrows on Sunday – their eighth defeat of the season.
Having struggled with injury for most of the campaign, Billiat’s head coach, Arthur Zwane, confirmed that the Zimbabwean is ruled out for the remainder of the campaign.
Addressing the media in Polokwane, Billiat spoke about being on the side lines, as well as his contribution to helping his teammates during this period.
“It’s frustrating, especially when it takes longer than what you expected it to be. It’s really frustrating, because we can only contribute as much as we can when we are fit and we always want to contribute positively to the team.
“But as much as we are injured and, on the side lines, we can only motivate the guys and try watching the games, and make sure you give your input when we reflect on the games and just be part of it so that your little contribution can help the team,” he told journalists.
“It’s really frustrating but we are professional, it’s something that is out of our control.”
The 32-year-old has also opened up on the mental toll being injured has taken on him as he works his way back to full fitness.
“You need to be mentally strong and honestly, it’s not easy. You have to be mentally strong because you just want to play football, because that’s what we know best, so being out takes a really big mental strain,” he explained.
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