We don't have to be pompous - GU coach

 Gaborone United defender, Thato Kebue (in red) battles for the ball with Bokang Rathipana of Mahalapye Railways Highlanders. PIC PHATSIMO KAPENG
Gaborone United defender, Thato Kebue (in red) battles for the ball with Bokang Rathipana of Mahalapye Railways Highlanders. PIC PHATSIMO KAPENG

Gaborone United (GU)’s coach, Innocent Morapedi says his side needs to guard against a pompous mentality in sight of championship glory.

On Saturday, GU afternoon inched closer to the league title with a 1-0 win over Mahalapye Railway Highlanders at the National Stadium. The Reds are now three points away from landing their first league title since 2009.

“Our ambition, we will still keep alight but we do not want to be pompous. Because this is football. We started on the first day that we want to have our names written in the GU archives. This is a team that has not won the league in 13 years and for us to stop (the drought), it takes a lot of pressure which I feel we are dealing with nicely,” Morapedi said.

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