Absa Premiership

AmaTuks not good enough

2015-04-29 10:07
Sammy Troughton (Supplied)

Cape Town - University of Pretoria coach Sammy Troughton says that his side were not good enough to claim all three points against Moroka Swallows.

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According to KickOff, Troughton believes the scoreboard should have been much high than the 1-1 result.

"I can't believe it was 1-1, I think it could have ended up 3-3,” said the coach.

"They had some chances, we had some chances, but we just need to show a bit more determination if we want to get results.

"It wasn't good enough tonight."

The draw allows AmaTuks to hold firmly on 10th place on the Premiership standings while Moroka Swallows are in serious contention of playing in the NFD next season as they ply 15th position.

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