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Morris: ‘We need to keep our foot on the pedal’

Cape Town Spurs will be hoping to build on an improved run of results when they travel up to the Northern Cape to take on Hungry Lions at GWK Park in Kimberley on Saturday. 

Kick-off is at 3:30pm CAT. 

The Urban Warriors are unbeaten in three matches. Spurs beat Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 4-0 before a 1-1 draw against JDR Stars and 2-1 win over TS Sporting in their most recent fixture.

A goal from Eyona Ndonda and an own goal helped Spurs to a narrow win over Sporting at Athlone Stadium last weekend.

The run of results has moved Shaun Bartlett’s men up to12th spot on the league standings, but they remain just three three points clear of the relegation zone and assistant coach, Nasief Morris, wants the Urban Warriors to keep their foot firmly on the pedal with the Christmas break just around the corner.  

“Coming off a great result last week, obviously the guys are high on confidence and looking forward to the next game,” said Morris. 

“As a coaching team we’ve made it clear to the players that we shouldn’t take our foot off the pedal. Now is the time we need to keep on going and try and improve in every single game going forward. 

“We have shown before that we can get results away from home so this is one of those matches where we need to grind, fight and give everything that we have to make sure that we walk away with all three points,” he added.