GANMAIN-Grong Grong-Matong coach Jayden Kotzur wants the Lions to finish the season with a bang when they host Collingullie-Glenfield Park on Saturday.
Kotzur will coach the Lions for the final time on Saturday as he finishes up his three-year tenure in charge of GGGM.
He wants nothing less than a win.
“It’s just another game,” Kotzur said.
“I’m disappointed that we’re out but the group has been really good this week at training, they’ve been up and about, it’s been a fun year but we want to finish with a win.”
It may not be Kotzur’s final time in a GGGM jumper, with the 29-year-old not ruling out staying at the Lions as a player.
“I don’t know about my playing future, I haven’t thought about it to be honest,” he said.
“I just want to go out and win. It’s in my blood, I hate losing and even though we’re not playing finals, I want to do everything we can to win.”
The Lions have gone with youth in their final game and will back themselves in.
“I still think we’ve been playing pretty good footy,” he said.
“If we kicked straight last week we were every chance of winning.
“We’ve got nothing to lose, we’ll go all out attack.”
GGGM has the bye in next week’s final round.
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