City Polar avoid championship pressure

TIGHT BATTLE: City Polar and Prisons XI (in green) faced off yesterday PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
TIGHT BATTLE: City Polar and Prisons XI (in green) faced off yesterday PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Prisons 0 City Polar 1 (Kengaletswe 25th) Debswana First Division South league side, City Polar are avoiding pressure and have set top four as a target this season. The team missed promotion by a whisker in the past season and avoiding pressure in this campaign.

City Polar yesterday beat Prisons XI 1-0 in a league tie played at the SSG grounds. They have now entered the top four bracket but the technical team says the team is not under pressure to secure a promotion spot. “We started with our preseason very late so we are still far behind in terms of preparation the things some of; it is a work in progress. We would like to finish in a respectable position. We are not putting ourselves under pressure.

Most of our players have left, so without putting more pressure on the players we need a top four position,” said City Polars’ assistant coach, Amuchelani Fani. It was a quick start into the game as both teams had to deal with threats inside the first 10 minutes. City Polar's Kealeboga Koko cleared an opposition chance as the goalkeeper showed butterfly fingers on the sixth minute.

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