'John Wick' is the nickname of Kaizer Chiefs defender Austin Dube, who made the revelation ahead of the Amakhosi's encounter with SuperSport United on Friday night.
In their last matches, Chiefs and SuperSport both won 4-0 over Chippa United and 2-0 against Baroka, respectively. Both teams are looking to build on their victories from last weekend.
SuperSport are presently unbeaten in the league and in second position, while Chiefs are six points behind them in ninth place and sixth place respectively.
Dube disclosed that he has a nickname in front of Sunday's encounter at the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium in Johannesburg.
In an interview with the club's media department, Dube revealed that he had a nickname.
"I've been dubbed "John Wick" by some.
Despite the fact that the 28-year-old believes his squad is ready for the SuperSport game, he is still working on improving his own game to the level he desires.
"I believe everything is proceeding smoothly," he stated.
"Obviously, based on the two games that we've played in the past, we've been performing well, and we've been doing very well even in training."
"I believe we are prepared, that we are prepared for this forthcoming game versus SuperSport."
"If we adhere to our strategy, and you are aware of our techniques, I believe we will have a successful outcome." "All we have to do is be ourselves and play our regular football."
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