After showing progressive improvement as of late after their faltering early-season structure, Chiefs participate in the challenge on the rear of a 4-0 whipping of Chippa United. They are likewise unbeaten in their last three association games, having drawn against AmaZulu and Marumo Gallants before they whipped the Chili Boys.
"Everything is working out in a good way. According to the beyond two games that we played, we've been progressing admirably. We've likewise been doing admirably in preparing. We are prepared for the game against SuperSport," said Dube.
The 28-year-old Dube is a slowpoke, having shown up at Naturena in front of this season from GladAfrica Championship side Richards Bay United. He conceded that he had wanted to have been remembered for the Bafana crew for the latest World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia.
Dube says that his rejection from Hugo Broos' crew is spurring him to work considerably harder.
"Being left out was the best inspiration for me. I will present work more earnestly to attempt to get remembered for the following Bafana camp. It was an inspiration. I need to endeavor to be in the public group. I need to endeavor to play in the public group," he said.
In the meantime, SuperSport United guarantees to be a solid test for the Amakhosi. Kaitano Tembo's side is second in the standings and is one of just two groups in the first class that is unbeaten with the other being Mamelodi Sundowns.
"Bosses are an exceptionally hazardous side. It's our home game thus we need to overwhelm and keep the focuses. Their tails will be up after their triumph the last the end of the week. We have been accepted this season thus we will battle to keep it that way. We have done genuinely well and we desire to keep it that way this season," said the Bafana best option goalkeeper.
Without an association title starting around 2010, SuperSport will want to keep alive their odds of an unexpected title challenge this season.
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