Kaizer Chiefs fan wasy speaking with Nkululeko and told him that their game with Mamelodi Sundowns FC came very fast. He expected the two teams to meet after 5 games and advised fans not to get excited about their second game, and about having one win. Nkululeko and many people were fascinated by his response, and the man was sharing his analysis.
He does not believe they are having full confidence at the moment to take on the five-time conservative champions of South Africa. But his lack of confidence is not what other fans are looking at because they are confident they will make it with a win. At the moment, the Soweto team is looking to build a good competitive team and with Sundowns they have a strong team already.
The Pretoria-based team is defending their league championship and the Soweto giants want to win the title. It is unpredictable because Kaizer Chiefs last managed to collect many points in that season but they could not win the league. In the last match of that season, Sundowns came from behind and managed to win the league.
In the previous season, Sundowns did what the Chiefs failed to do, by collecting many points while they were still early and managing to win the league. That is the reason he is not happy that they will be meeting the champions so early. But when it comes to a match, you don't go in with less confidence. You want to win.
His comments are more like the ones coming from junior Khanye, from whom many people have come to believe that he hates Kaizer Chiefs. His predictions are also correct sometimes. He said Mamelodi Sundowns were not going to win the CAF Champions League and they had failed in the semifinals. At the moment, it remains to be seen if it was too early for Chiefs to play against the champions.
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