Cape Town - Polokwane
City coach Kosta Papic was happy to see his side claim all three points against
Moroka Swallows, but was less than satisfied with their approach to the game.
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The Yugoslavian felt the win was vital in the context of
their Premiership campaign, with the result lifting them three points clear of
sixth-placed Ajax Cape Town.
However, Papic made it abundantly clear that he was not
happy with his players, who did not follow his tactical instructions on the
"We played completely differently to the way we usually
play, but I don't want to blame the players now," Papic told Sapa.
"One day you're not going to play well, and one day you
play fantastically and you don't win.
"Today we won the match and got the three points, which
is very important for us, and I think from these three points everything is
going to change for this club."
He added: "The most important thing to anyone playing
football is to play the way they want, and today we didn't do that. I hope the
next match will be better."