Tso Vilakazi: "While Chiefs is being relegated, we will be taking all the trophies".see this
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 1588 views
The all-time top scorer of the Buccanneers Benedict Tso Vilakazi believes that Orlando Pirates will be collecting the South African trophies accept DSTV premiership as they are not favourites.
The Buccanneers has already collected MTN8 which was their first title in the season when they won against Bloemfontein Celtics. They are looking forward to CAF champions league and the Nedbank Cup, they're currently displaying good performance and they are winning very Simple.
On the other hand, the former best midfielder does not believe that Chiefs will survive PSL if they are continuing the way they are doing. The mistake starts from the bench with poor choices of players and the poor way of finding the net.
He went to say he does not understand what Chiefs are doing when you think they are coming better they will fumble and when they will be fumbling they perform well.
The man does give credit to the team if they do well.
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