(Source: goal.com) Somewhere, somehow Kaizer Chiefs fans felt that this past Saturday’s DStv Premiership game against AmaZulu FC was their turning point following a dismal start in the 2021/22 season. At some point, you felt that something had to give for Chiefs to get back to their glory days.
There are players who should proceed cautiously to try not to pass up this present end of the week's enormous DStv Premiership conflict between Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs.The two Sundowns and Chiefs have intense midweek association matches and there are two players who are in danger of passing up Sunday's conflict between the monsters should they get booked in Wednesday's conflicts.
(Source: goal.com) One of the most talked-about DStv Premiership clashes between Kaizer Chiefs and AmaZulu has left many people confused and others pointing fingers at each other. Meanwhile, other people felt that the final score of the day was a true reflection of the game.
Orlando Pirates were held to an entertaining 1-1 draw by Amazulu at Jonsson Kings Park stadium in Durban, the game got off to a fast start with both sides attacking each other, Pirates enjoyed the majority of the possession with Amazulu happy to hit Pirates on the counter. Pirates opened the scoring in the 18th minute through a penalty after Ndlovu was fouled although initially the referee awarded a free kick which was the right decision but somehow was made to change his mind by the assistant referee and the
Due to a lack of attacking quality, AmaZulu head coach Benni McCarthy thought Kaizer Chiefs would not be able to score against his side from open play. After Keagan Dolly's penalty, which was given in contentious circumstances at the Jonsson Kings Park Stadium, the Chiefs rescued a last-minute point in the 1-1 draw.Despite having both arms behind his back, captain Tapelo Xoki was deemed to have handled the ball in the area, canceling away Luvuyo Memela's opener.
The inaugural DSTV Premiership will begin in a matter of weeks, the first round of fixtures will see some of the toughest fixtures to look forward to. The fixtures for the 2020/2021 season have already been confirmed, the first match day will see the PSL Champions Mamelodi Sundowns taking on runners up Kaizer Chiefs at the FNB on the 24 October 2020 at 15:30h. The Brazilian will be wanting to prove a point that they didn't win the league by fluck. The two teams recently appointed new coaches, they newly elected
Orlando Pirates were held to an engaging 1-1 draw by Amazulu at Jonsson Kings Park arena in Durban, the game got off to a quick beginning with the two sides assaulting one another, Pirates appreciated most of the ownership with Amazulu glad to hit Pirates on the counter. Privateers opened the scoring in the eighteenth moment through a punishment after Ndlovu was fouled albeit at first the arbitrator granted a free kick which was the correct choice however some way or another was made to alter his perspective
Following a five matches without a win, Kaizer Chiefs travelled to Jonsson Kings Park stadium to face Amazulu this afternoon 13 January 2021. Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt started the match on 4-1-4-1 formation following the returned of Samir Nurkovic, While the home side started the match on 4-3-3 formation leaving three strikers up front. The home side started the match in full control, While the visiting side were catching them on the counter attacker' just in the 11 minutes kaizer chiefs took the lead through
Counting few hours to a massive and previsioned coastal derby-where the Cell C sharks will host their old time rivals from the Western Cape, the DHL Stormers. The Cell C Sharks have won five and lost two of their last seven Vodacom Super Rugby games against the DHL Stormers, and in the last two encounters between the two coastal sides, they've shared one win apiece with neither side scoring 20 points or more. The KZN side is on form and shows no mercy, as they have won three of their four games at home,
AmaZulu FC coach and South African football legend, Benni Mccarthy, has reiterated the importance of Usuthu being resilient in the last two matches of the DSTV premiership campaign as they are on the brink of making club history. As per the current DSTV premiership log standings, Usuthu is in place for a CAF Champions League spot if they finish second to Masandawana who have secured a spot in next season's CAF Champions League and have already won the DSTV premiership.
Kaizer Chiefs will look to turn their season around when they visit AmaZulu to the Jonsson Kings Park Stadium in a DSTV Premiership clash on Wednesday afternoon. Kick off is at 15 : 00. Amakhosi are currently on a 7 game winless streak and have only won once in the nine DSTV Premiership games and that has seen them drop to 14th place on the log with a sorry 7 points collected from 9 games. Chiefs are just one point above the dreaded relegation zone. This has also seen Chiefs racking up their worst start to