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Lucky Baloyi backs Kaizer Chiefs turnaround against Polokwane City

Posted: 17 December 2016 Time: 10:27

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lucky Baloyi says the team must keep pushing and remember who they are playing for.

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Amakhosi will look to snap a seven-game winless run in the league against fourth-placed Polokwane City at FNB Stadium on Sunday afternoon (kick-off: 15h30).

Despite the underwhelming results, Baloyi believes Chiefs showed signs of improvement in a recent 3-1 loss at Chippa United and goalless draw with Bloemfontein Celtic at Soccer City last time out.

“Yes, we can turn it around,” Baloyi told his club's website.

“If you take a look at our last performance against Chippa United and the one against Bloemfontein Celtics, there was a huge improvement. It’s all about us as players to keep on pushing and remembering whom we are playing for.”

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He added: “The best way to come out of this and to improve is for us all to stick together and play ourselves out of this situation. It’s going to take a collective effort from us all to start winning again and that will start with our match this Sunday against Polokwane City.”

The Soweto giants, with 18 points from 13 games, trail log leaders Cape Town City by seven points but with a match in hand.

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Article by: Staff Reporter
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