Polokwane - Polokwane City coach Julio Leal has revealed that his
charges will be a completely different team when the league resumes next
weekend following their impressive friendly games, recently.
Brazilian born tactician said he is satisfied with what he has seen so far
since taking over Rise and Shine from Kosta Papic last month.
Leal, 64, is
optimistic that the Limpopo based outfit will turn the tables around before
heading into the Christmas break but also stressed out the fact that there are
still more areas his side needs to improve on.
(friendly games) are not official competitive games but we needed to go with
everything we have," said Leal.
"As a player
you don’t have to be worried about getting injured but think of overcoming your
have to perform to earn your place and continue working hard , I told them that
it doesn’t matter whether it’s a friendly game or not.
"But so far
I am satisfied with what I have seen from the team but we must continue working
on few steps and areas so that we can develop.
that we’ll be a completely different team when the league resume."
Shine are currently 10th on the league after 11 games played and
they will face Golden Arrows in their next league assignment away from home on