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Bucs coach Roger De Sa tells Goal that their upcoming fixtures will be crucial and that they will take every game as a Cup final

Orlando Pirates coach Roger De Sa has told Goal that they will approach their next three league games as cup finals, as he is hopeful that the Sea Robbers can still win the league.

Pirates face a tricky test against Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday afternoon, but the Soweto giants have enjoyed a good run against the Tshwane-based side.

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“We will have to keep grinding results. It’s important to get points at this stage of the season and we will take every game as a cup final,” De Sa told Goal.

“Pirates can still finish top of the log, but we are now relying on other teams’ results,” said De Sa.

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The Buccaneers have managed only one win in their last nine league games and they suffered their fourth defeat of the season at the hands of Chippa United over a week ago, but De Sa is confident that they will turn the corner.

“We haven’t been doing well domestically, but we pretty sure that it cannot last longer. Pirates is a big team and the results are very important. I am confident we will turn the corner,” added De Sa.

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