Kaizer Chiefs seem to be as excited as the fans for their first home game in Durban for the season against Richards Bay.
Amakhosi want to build on the anticipation for their first home encounter in Durban of the season. Chiefs will hope to see a packed Moses Mabhida as they continue to embrace their homes away from home in Johannesburg.
Chiefs will hope that Saturday's clash against table-toppers Richards Bay FC, will prove to be a much happier return to Ethekwini after Zwane's chargers fell short against Royal AM.
We need more strikers as a Khosi nation the era of Billiat is over and as for their coach he must focus more on tactics than the media let every player fight 4 a position in da club favoritism failed us during Baxter time.They should take KZN teams to Limpopo than to their own province.
Ngezana does not deserve such games or matches that involves terrifying trio.I mean there's always a room for improvement but Ngezana won't get in there because of careless mistakes that man does not know even a basic rule of DEFENCE he still belongs to the first division.
Sundonws signed Zungu nd we as Chiefs fans said we don't need him while we miss an encor in our Time. A very clever Defensive midfielder. Come-on guys
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