Polokwane City started on a low after losing five games before sacking coach, Duncan Lechesa, who had steered their ship to topflight football. The inclusion of Boebie Solomons to lead the technical team, have since turned the corner around for 'Rise and Shine' .
The former Bloemfontein Celtic assistant coach began his job with an assignment away to Wits and came back with a point after a 0-0 draw. After nine games, Solomons took City to position 13 on the table after 15 games with 15 points. He has managed to win three games, suffering three loses and drawing three, a record that is not bad judging by the players he used and the state he found the team in.
Solomons has been vocal about his intention to keep the Polokwane-based outfit in the PSL then he can focus on chasing a cup in the following season. During this window period, the City coach revealed that he’s looking at bolstering his squad with a view to ensure his dream to stay in the PSL is realised, although it’s not yet clear who will he sign.
The big question now is, will Polokwane City stay in the elite league?