Chippa United visit Polokwane City in an important match

Morgan Mammila, the head coach of Chippa United, expressed his dissatisfaction after his team’s last home game ended without a victory. In the DStv Premiership game played at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Stellenbosch defeated the Eastern Cape club 2-1 in front of their supporters. Chippa dominated the game, but despite having numerous chances to score, they were unsuccessful. Despite this obstacle, Mammila applauded his players’ performance and expressed the optimism that they will improve in the upcoming games.

The Nedbank Cup game between Chippa and Polokwane City will take place in Limpopo on Monday evening. The issue is that while Chippa consistently performs well in Nedbank Cup games, it struggles in DStv Premiership games. This is why the prospect of relegation is perpetually present. Nothing has changed this year. “The most recent game is one that we need to quickly forget in order to focus on the upcoming game. The Nedbank Cup game will be played in Limpopo.

“It was a pretty poor performance on our part in the last game. However, I am confident that my boys will do well in the upcoming games,” Mammila made this statement following the game in Gqeberha.

It should not be tough for Chippa to defeat Polokwane City, a team competing in the Motsepe Championship, but they must be careful not to underestimate them because the Nedbank Cup never fails to shock football fans. The players’ confidence would be restored by Chippa’s triumph as they prepare to welcome Swallows on February 26 in a match that would take place at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.