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No more sloppy mistakes as City eyes consistency

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Eric Tinkler, head coach of Cape Town City. Picture: Ryan Wilkisky, BackpagePix

Despite the off-field drama, City will be looking for some much-needed consistency, having last won successive league matches in April.

CAPE Town City are chasing back-to-back PSL victories for the first time this season when they travel to bottom club Baroka tomorrow at 3.30pm.

City beat Maritzburg United 3-2 on Tuesday night – a game that was played under protest for failing to produce their player registration cards after it was stolen from their team manager’s car ahead of kick-off.

According to the PSL handbook, a “no card, no play” policy applies, but since the Citizens did produce copies of the cards along with a police affidavit, they believe that will escape a forfeiture of the points.

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Despite the off-field drama, City will be looking for some much-needed consistency, having last won successive league matches in April.

Eric Tinkler’s manne will be confident of finding the back of the net after scoring five times in their last two games.

But will have to tighten things up at the back after conceding four goals in the same period due to what coach Tinkler calls “sloppy mistakes”.

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