No Home Games For UL Bemuse Solomons
Polokwane City coach, Boebie Solomons, has been left confused and frustrated that the University of Limpopo haven't had any home games in the Varsity Football competition.
Solomons was hoping to watch a few of the games in Limpopo but due to the university not having any home fixtures, he hasn't had a chance to see what the tournament has to offer and will now, in all probability, have to send out scouts if he is to strengthen his PSL squad.
"It's confused why they aren't allowed to play at Turfloop. I really thought I'd be able to watch a few games there but now I have to send out scouts to have a look at the players," Solomons said.
The Limpopo students are the only team in the competition who have and will have to play all their matches away from home which is slowly catching up to their performance on the field.
UL made an impressive start to the campaign when they showed grit and determination to claim a draw against UCT in their opening match but have failed to kick on from that performance.
They have lost three consecutive games, the biggest margin being a 5-1 hammering at the hands of defending champions UP-Tuks, and find themselves rock bottom on the log.
Solomons is looking to improve the experience of his squad and was hoping the Varsity Football competition would give him an ideal chance to look at players. However, due to his PSL commitments he hasn't been able to keep track of the tournaments progress but has now made a point of doing so.