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Papic is often criticised for not winning enough trophies but while the
Polokwane City coach admits that silverware is important, he says that
developing players is what brings him satisfaction.
is a well-known advocate for attacking football and he believes that his style
allows players to flourish.
philosophy is very simple - if you want to win the match you must score one
more goal than your opponent,” he tells Sport24.
team will never approach the match to play a draw or be happy to lose 1-0.
is the most important of course, but if you manage to combine winning and
beautiful football then that is a perfect thing, that is what I want to do.
you take a player who played most of his career defensive football and you give
him freedom to play offensive and he starts to be recognised in the country,
that is success for me.
Maluleke, Cole Alexander, those kind of players,” Papic said with pride.
City play Bloemfontein Celtic in their first fixture of the PSL season at the
Old Peter Mokaba Stadium on August 8.