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Chiefs Coach Explains Why Cup Triumphant Is Insignificant

A Kaizer Chiefs coach has made sense of why he was not focused on winning the Cup at the end of the week, expressing the club's essential objective and concentration in front of the new season.

The Excitement Boys secured the Gauteng leg of the Engen U18 Knockout Test subsequent to beating Mamelodi Sundowns in the last of the three-day competition on Sunday at Imprints Park in Johannesburg.

Be that as it may, coach Vela Khumalo said the goal is to get ready and foster the players for Amakhosi's most memorable group, not winning.

"It's an extraordinary inclination to win, however what is significant as far as we're concerned is the minutes and hours we really want for a player to be appropriately evolved," Khumalo told Amakhosi's media group.

"The norm of the game was very high, however our standard is a piece higher on the grounds that our boys are presented to extreme rivalry as some of them play in the DStv Diski Challenge, despite the fact that they are under 18. To show our solidarity, we didn't yield numerous objectives since we had the option to manage the resistance.

"See, we had a few under-17 players who will presently be considered for the Hold Group. We didn't play Mduduzi Shabalala, who actually meets all requirements for the opposition, yet we let him stay with the senior group," added the Amakhosi coach.

The Soweto giants will face other commonplace victors in the Champion of Champions later in the year for the public title of the Engen Knockout Test. The public champ will go abroad to address South Africa.

Chiefs stores will open their season in the quarterfinals of the DStv Diski Shield against SuperSport United saves on Saturday.


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