Absa Premiership

Leal: We deserve more

2016-05-09 12:15
Julio Leal (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Polokwane City manager Julio Leal claims his side's current position in the Premiership is not a true reflection of their performances this season.

Rise and Shine currently occupy the 13th spot in the league table after their 2-2 draw with a resurgent SuperSport United side in Atteridgeville on Sunday, but the Brazilian coach maintains his side has the mental strength to finish the season on a positive note.

"We want to add six points to the one we got here," he said after the clash with Matsatsansa.

"The way we have played these last months we don't deserve to be down in the 13th place and we still have a chance to finish in a better position.

"I just hope we are calm against AmaTuks. We just need to express ourselves. The match against Celtic will be very tough."

Leal has struggled with Polokwane since returning to management in the Premiership, where he previously coached Amazulu, Moroka Swallows and Orlando Pirates respectively.

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