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Anas explains Rise and Shine exploits

Polokwane City striker Mohammed Anas has credited club chairman Johnny Mogaladi for the team’s good run this season.

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The Limpopo side are riding high in the Absa Premiership standings with 26 points from 16 matches, having often battled relegation in past campaigns.

“I think the chairman knows what he was doing this season,” Anas tells KickOff.com.

“So bringing in some players, and for us also putting our heads together, it’s working out nicely for us. For us we just want to maintain our league form game by game. We didn’t set any target for our ourselves that we want to be number one or number two or what, but just want to take it game by game and at the end of the season we will see where we will be.”

Anas, who has netted twice in 2018/19, is encouraged that Rise and Shine are among the leading scorers in the topflight with 19 goals to date.

“Ja, we are scoring, it doesn’t matter who is playing and who is not playing. I know as a striker sometimes you get your form by scoring goals,but if that thing is not happening you must create opportunities for your teammates you understand, if the goal is not coming. And it’s good for us because no matter who is playing or on the field is improving to score for the team. That’s the only thing working for us at Polokwane.

“The owner of the team, the chairman, likes to tell us to enjoy. If we are on the field we must enjoy, you understand? Whether you are a big team or not, outside the field you are a big team, but inside the field you are not that kind of big team. So for us as players we just go there and showcase our talent and enjoy,” concludes the Ghanaian.

“The owner of the team, the chairman, likes to tell us to enjoy. If we are on the field we must enjoy, you understand? Whether you are a big team or not, outside the field you are a big team, but inside the field you are not that kind of big team. So for us as players we just go there and showcase our talent and enjoy,” concludes the Ghanaian.

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