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Urban Warriors sign out of DStv Premiership with pride

Cape Town Spurs left the DStv Premiership with dignity as they defeated Kaizer Chiefs 2-0 in the final match day that took place on Saturday afternoon at the Cape Town Stadium.

Goals scored by Ashley Cupido and Michael Morton ensured that the Urban Warriors held their heads high, despite already being relegated to the Motsepe Foundation Championship. 

Coach Ernst Middendorp says that the team has improved over the last few games and is happy with how the players have adjusted to playing a certain way.

“There’s still space for improvement, no doubt. The chemistry of the extremely young five or six players under 21 combined with players like Thato, Michael Morton, I think it’s quite good,” he said.

“Results are the currency of belief at the end of the day. The club can be very proud of the guys we have seen and it’s a fully deserved win.”

Cape Town Spurs now have to go back to the drawing board, assess what went wrong and improve on it to bring themselves back into the top-flight. 

Middendorp finished off by saying that the team gave it their all following the Africa Cup of Nations break and it’s painful that it was not enough to avoid being relegated.