GU CAUTIOUS OF WOUNDED TAFIC
League contenders Gaborone United will this weekend travel to Francistown to take on bottom of the log Tafic Football Club.
Speaking to Voice Sport Tafic Coach Darlington Dodo said in their past 4-2 loss to Centre Chiefs, his boys played well.
“We are playing good football. We went first half leading but second half we scored an own goal which brought our opponents back into the game.
We have to soldier on, take every game as it comes.
I think the last game is the one that will determine if we relegate,” said Dodo.
Mayagoleele Mentor George Mogopodi said he is anticipating a tough game.
He said playing a team at the bottom of the log is not an easy thing as people might think.
He said his team is in the race for championship which is still open to all top four teams and that on its own is a motivation.
“Even Tafic is still safe from relegation as far as I am concerned because they still have games to play and to me the last game will determine who will be crowned the champion and who relegates.
Every player is much aware of this and I expect them to be all focused. Playing Tafic has always been a difficult thing and I am told they have improved their performance since their past three games.
We are going to play with caution,” said Mogopodi.
Man Of The Match
21 year old Otsile Batang was selected man of the match against Chiefs.
Though they lost Batang had a good game on the left back.
‘We went first half leading 2-1 and what we could have done was to defend our lead.
We are ready for GU and we are going to fight with everything we have until the last whistle,” said Batang.