Segolame Boy of Township Rollers and Louis Minjale of Police XI during the beMobile Botswana premier league match between Township Rollers and Police Xi at the National stadium in Gaborone on 16 April 2016. Monirul Bhuiyan/backpage pix
Wednesday May 09, 2018. 10:58
As they sit at number 11 on the BTC Premiership log standings, Police XI coach Sthanda Mogwadi has urged the Premier League bosses to plan ahead.
Mogwadi reckons that BPL clubs are struggling because the league starts late and has called for changes in planning for the new season.
Speaking about his charges, the coach said his men are now setting their sights on the upcoming match against Gaborone United.
"Clubs are always struggling because we always start the league late. Right now, the league should be telling us dates of the season,” Mogwadi told local media on Tuesday.
“Plan ahead and clubs will be motivated.
"As for my team, we are fine planning for Gaborone United. People talk a lot about Sankoyo game.
“Let them talk. It's okay. We are here to stay. The team is ready for our last two matches."
Police will visit United on Saturday, May 12 at Molepole Sports Complex and the match gets underway at 15:30.