If Cape Town based coach's comments are anything to go by, then he might have hinted at his side will be facing Kaizer Chiefs after a lot controversy around their fixture.
Eric Tinkler who is the head coach of Cape Town City divulged on some important information about their upcoming clash against the Gauteng based team, Cape Town City are still in Gauteng which prompts on them honoring their fixture.
As things stands it seems like Cape Town City will face Kaizer Cheifs despite making it known that they will not honor such game, this come after Kaizer Chiefs won a case against Premier Soccer League last month when SAFA arbitrator Nazeer Cassim ruled in their favour.
For several weeks John Commits made some utterances that his team will pull a now show against Chiefs, Commits believes his side should be given the three points.
During a Supersport TV interview when asked against their clash against Amakhosi, Tinkler said they see on Saturday indicating on uncertainity.
The game which was meant to be played last year in December was suspended due to the Covid-19 outbreak at the side.
ERIC TINKLER COMMENTS
Tinkler said against Sundowns he would have wanted to spoil the party , as he indicates that he is a coach who likes winning and keep winning is what keeps him going.
"We have had a good season so far since the turn of the year. We have found ourselves unbeaten. But you know unbeaten is one thing.Collecting three points is another." - Eric Tinkler
Eric Tinkler went on to further say that his side are planning to put pressure on Royal AM and close the gap between the two sides. Kaizer Chiefs would also like to collect major points after suffering three defeats in a row.
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