After watching his side lose 3-0 to Kaizer Chiefs in the Telkom Knockout Cup, Polokwane City caretaker-coach Eduardo Langer Schoeler, believed they had lost the game in the first-half when they allowed Chiefs to play.
He thought his team had the wrong attitude in the first-half and defended too deeply, and had not put enough pressure on the Amakhosi players.
When asked about the possibility of a new coach taking over next week, Langer Schoeler said he was just the physical trainer, so didn't know anything about it.
"I think we lost in the first half, our attitude was not okay. We had to pressure them, but we were too far from our opponents.
"Then in the second-half we came with a lot of attitude. In those first fifteen minutes we created a lot more pressure, and had chances, but then it happens. Two corners, two goals. It happens.
"We have to play. We did not play in that first-half. We were too deep, and there was no support. Defend first, but also support your attack.
"They can play, but to do so, you must have the right attitude."