Johannesburg - Orlando Pirates star Oupa Manyisa has targeted Sunday's
Telkom Knockout last-16 clash against Polokwane City, as their chance to bounce
back to winning ways.
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The Buccaneers were looking for some joy against Chippa
United on Saturday, following their MTN8 final heartbreak against Kaizer
However, it was not to be as a David Zulu solo effort proved
the difference as Chippa downed Pirates 1-0 in a league clash at the Nelson
Mandela Bay Stadium.
Manyisa was bitterly disappointed with their latest hiccup,
but has set his sights getting a result in the Telkom KO, where they also lost
in the final last year.
"It was a good match. PE supporters pushed their team
all the way and unfortunately we could not come back," the Bucs maestro
told the club's website.
"These things happen in football. We went there to win
the match but they scored first and protected the goal, but we know we have to
be better prepared to face this type of game."
"We have to look now in front of us and try to get a
“We have a game against Polokwane City and it would be nice
to win so that we get back to normal," he added.
Kick-off is at 15:00.