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Polokwane City midfielder Jembula: No fear ahead of clash with SuperSport United

Posted: 11 December 2014 Time: 09:40

Polokwane City midfielder Sipho Jembula says they don't fear any team ahead of their Absa Premiership clash with SuperSport United at Lucas Moripe Stadium on the weekend.

The Q2 winners are motivated by their R1,5 million prize and will hope to inflict pain on Gordon Igesund’s charges come Saturday night.

READ: Polokwane Q2 success "a big deal"

Looking at the two sides, after winning the Telkom Knockout Cup, Matsatsantsa have lost to Mamelodi Sundowns and drew against Ajax Cape Town whilst Rise and Shine have registered five out of six wins, most recently beating Chippa United 3-1.

“We haven’t changed our preparations because we take each and every game as it comes – we don’t fear anyone,” says Jembula.

“We are aware that United are a big side, were crowned champions and they have great players who are tactically disciplined but we are confident now as a team.

“Our coach [Kosta Papic] has instilled a sense of belief where we don’t have an away or home game – we just want to go there and collect the points.

“Yes, we anticipate a difficult match but we can’t just relax on the day, we’ll give it our best shot. We’re highly motivated by the Q2 prize and we’ll focus on our qualities.”

The Citizens man adds that they have no injuries or suspensions for the clash in Tshwane, which kicks off at 20h15.

Livefyre comments on this story...

King Ndoro Maphanga The Bones
posted: 2014-12-11 08:00:15

Don't talk too much are just playing well to avoid relagation njeee......

You will count 6 loose in a row one of these days watch poi

posted: 2014-12-11 08:05:01

Admin my fantasy league score board results are not ok you excluded Wits players who can help me rectify it

posted: 2014-12-11 08:09:49

Oh now you guys are top dogs.few good runs have gone to you head

posted: 2014-12-11 08:10:54

Polokwane City is a good example of how to come out of adversity. 2 years and about 1 month ago they lost 4 players in a fatal car accident. They were down, picked themselves up and were determined to succeed. 

2years later they are riding the high of their lives and the club and team are doing well under good stable leadership. no matter what happens this season I will not lose my respect for this team.

Football is football. this is why some of us see life without football as an empty cave. Human persevarance.

#Forever Fearless

posted: 2014-12-11 08:12:26

tholokabomo lol they tired of been put on the treadmill by Nkatha. I would rather be subsituated than mark this guy

posted: 2014-12-11 08:30:14

They are also fearless...

posted: 2014-12-11 11:14:35

tholokabomo  Khosi I think they say; they would rather play KC without Nkatha because in their observations, he is workaholic, destructive to the opposition and dangerous...... in all even though he is not scoring but he gives them nightmares  ........... 

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