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
Tuesday May 22, 2018. 10:55
Police XI head coach Sthandwa Mogwadi has fired a warning to Sankoyo Bush Bucks ahead of their encounter on Wednesday.
The two teams will lock horns at the Otse Police College Stadium in their final BTC Premiership match of the 2017/18 campaign.
Police are heading into this match having survived relegation as they are placed 11th on the league standings - four points above the relegation zone.
While Sankoyo are placed 12th - one point above the relegation zone and they need to beat Police to ensure that they retain their status in the elite league.
Mogwadi has made it clear that they won’t do Sankoyo any favours when the two teams clash in Otse.
"We had a very bad season and we want a better position (on the league log),” Mogwadi told local media.
“So, Sankoyo should be warned.
“We are not going to entertain the negativity that we will give away the game,” he added.
“We aim for a win.”
Sankoyo gained promotion to the Botswana Premier League at the end of the 2013/14 Debswana First Division North campaign.