Cops hunt down Majombolo

Nico's hope Odumetse Rakoma
Nico's hope Odumetse Rakoma

Police XI seek to maintain their good start to the season when they take on Nico United tomorrow at UB Stadium. They are one of five sides that are yet to lose a game. Occupying third spot, Police XI have collected seven points from three games. They started with an incredible come back against Rollers in the first game to steal a point.

They beat Notwane in the next game and last Saturday, they travelled to Maun to slay debutants, Sankoyo Bush Bucks who had won their first two matches. The performance sent a clear message to other Premier League rivals that Police XI means business.  Their opponents this weekend, Nico are yet to lose but have drawn two games and won one against Selebi-Phikwe rivals, FC Satmos last weekend. Tomorrow’s game between Nico and Police XI will once again see two local coaches, Kenneth Mogae and Maitumelo Lotlaamoreng square up.  Mogae has proved himself as one of the most experienced local coaches, having led Boteti Young Fighters before serving as the assistant coach of the Zebras.

Lotlaamoreng on the other hand has been at the helm of Wonder Sporting (now Police XI) during their time in the Second and First Division. He took over as the head coach from Sthanda Mogwadi, whom he deputised last season.

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