Johannesburg - Polokwane City coach, Kosta Papic, admits
that he is surprised by Rise and Shine's quality after training with his new
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“There are a lot of positives and the players look like they
are enjoying what we intend doing this season,” said Papic.
According to KickOff,
Papic wants City to challenge for honours next season as he looks to build a
“We have set no target except to keep the team in the PSL.
We want to build a nice squad to start challenging for honours next season.”
Papic left his post at Chippa United after revealing that he
cannot working a technical director as the Chilli Boys appointed Mich D'Avray.
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Meanwhile City face fellow bottom of the log strugglers
AmaZulu on Saturday, September 13 at 18:00.