Kaizer Chiefs at present possess the fourth situation in the log table after 16 matches played and are 16 focuses behind association pioneers Mamelodi Sundowns, yet with three games close by over the defending champs.
The Amakhosi persevered through a troublesome beginning to the mission and were disturbed after a Covid-19 flare-up saw the club neglect to respect two apparatuses, with an assurance on those outcomes yet to be made by the association.
In any case, further developed structure during the last option phases of the year saw the club enhance its remaining in the opposition and the group's structure has given in-structure star, Ngcobo, certainty that Chiefs can close the hole on Sundowns.
"We shut the 2021 schedule in a high as the group," he told the club's media group recently.
"We were buckling down, we were playing for each other and we were helping one another. I think we performed well collectively and we are anticipating keeping a similar rhythm and disposition [in the new year].
"...Going forward to the remainder of the period, we need to do well collectively. We need to battle and ensure that we dominate more matches. We need to continue onward and ensure that we dominate more matches so we can draw nearer to No. 1. We simply need to buckle down."
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