Polokwane City coach Jozef Vukušic says his team’s main target this season remains a top-eight finish despite the fact that they have still an outside chance of lifting the Absa Premiership title. City are considered rank outsiders to win the league‚ but with those around them showing inconsistent form and a six-point gap between themselves and the top‚ they cannot be considered out of the title chase. They are on a six-game unbeaten run in the league and have a negotiable run-in with home matches against Black Leopards‚ Bloemfontein Celtic and Chippa United and away trips to Highlands Park‚ Cape Town City and a final day visit to Orlando Pirates. Vukušic says they are taking it game by game as the season comes to a close and their target remains a top-half finish. “Let’s keep on our target‚ which is the top eight and we are still not there‚” he said. “Our target before the start of the season was top half. Important is that we go game to game now. The next match is only in three we...

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