Feutmba is overjoyed by the Kaizer Chiefs' winning...
Although they got off to a shaky start, Amakhosi have moved into second place in the rankings after 13 matches, eight points behind Sundowns, who have a game in hand.
He believes that Sundowns' consistency will give them an advantage over any other team in the league.
Feutmba informs the source that "everyone knows Sundowns is the team to beat, even if they drew their previous two games before to the last one."
"However, as I already stated, they are the most formidable contender for this league. It is encouraging to see that a team like Kaizer Chiefs is regaining their form.
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In addition to Kaizer Chiefs, I'm hoping that other teams can also reduce the gap a little bit, because I want Sundowns to win, but I also want a competitive league."
'Kaizer Chiefs are starting to show some promising signs, and it's encouraging to see Kaizer Chiefs moving up the league table a little.
"Even though I feel Sundowns will win the league, I believe that other teams must provide some level of competition for them." However, you must win the battle by putting out a genuine effort.
The fact that Kaizer Chiefs are performing well at the moment and reducing the gap a little bit makes me delighted." However, despite the fact that football is unpredictable, I am sure that Sundowns will win the championship.
It is a well-balanced team that is quite consistent, and they are playing terrific and positive football.
"That visually appealing football always provides people with what they desire, which is good outcomes. Consequently, they are the hardest team to beat and the most difficult team to play against not only in South Africa but throughout the entire continent.
"However, as I previously stated, I would want to see a high level of competition. People must struggle and not just accept the fact that they are being walked over."
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