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Larsen wants more from Arrows

2016-01-06 14:00
Clinton Larsen walked out of his coaching job PHOTO: Lee Warren / Gallo Images

Cape Town - New Golden Arrows coach Clinton Larsen intends to push his players to the limit in the pursuit to get the best out of them in the second half of the season.

Arrows had a satisfactory first half of the campaign where they ended the year in sixth position with 17 points from 11 games.

Larsen wants more from his team when they resume domestic proceedings against Free State Stars at Goble Park on Saturday.

"In our last game it was anywhere will do. It was that kind of attitude and we don't want to play that way," Larsen told KickOff.

"There is a lot of stuff to work on. As long as the players' attitude is right we can always improve as a team and that is one thing I'm happy about. But the attitude has been brilliant.

"I think in the last game tension came from not wanting to lose the game and we kept trying to get the message across to them to relax and play their normal game but it's easier said than done."

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