Polokwane - Polokwane City head coach Kosta Papic says his
team is not afraid of any Premier Soccer League (PSL) team and will be playing
attacking football with the intention to win every game going forward.
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Rise and Shine held the Absa Premiership log leaders, Kaizer
Chiefs, to a goalless draw in an entertaining clash played at the Peter Mokaba
Stadium on Tuesday night.
“I think that the supporters have enjoyed the match,” Papic
told the reporters in a post-match press conference.
“Unfortunately the goals were the only thing missing from
“Both teams have created about four to five chances but
failed to convert.
“We have shown character throughout the game and now we
have also shown that Polokwane City is not afraid of any PSL team anymore.
“From now on, we are going to play attacking football with
an intention to win every match we play.
“We wanted to win this one too but we were just unlucky.
“And now we are really looking forward to our next match.”
City will lock horns against the struggling Platinum Stars
at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium next week Wednesday.