It’s a psychological game warns bottom placed Polokwane City coach

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Polokwane City coach Clinton Larsen says a lot of things are more psychological for his side at this point of the season.  City are bottom of the log with 16 points from 18 matches. Larsen says they have to continue playing well and dominating matches like they did against Baroka.

Larsen adds that his players are faultless and need to keep their heads high as luck will change.

City welcome Golden Arrows to the Peter Mokaba Stadium in the league on Sunday afternoon looking for their first win in three matches.

Steve Komphela’s men are placed ninth on the standings with 23 points from 17 matches and they are winless in their last four outings.

Larsen says this weekend fixtures are real battles for places in the league.

Larsen gave an update on returning players from injury and trialists at the club. He says he is looking at defenders Sicelo Hlatswaya and Dennis Chembezi from Malawi.

Ayanda Nkili and Walter Musona are back training following their respective long term injuries with Larsen also clarifying Thabiso Semenya’s presence at the club.

– Report by Lethabo Kganyago