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Kaizer Chiefs’ Eric Mathoho A "Tower" Of Information For Austin Dube

Johannesburg - Kaizer Chiefs' safeguard Austin Dube is certain that they can in any case improve from their 4-0 triumph over Chippa United in the DStv Premiership when they visit table-clinchers SuperSport United at the Luas Masterpieces Stadium on Sunday evening. 

After a four-game winless streak in the association, Chiefs at last reversed the situation last end of the week. They put Chippa to the sword with four unanswered objectives, on account of a great presentation from mates Keagan Dolly and Khama Billiat in one or the other half. 

That triumph was excessively invited such that it inked the ideal birthday present to club el supremo Kaizer Motaung who turned 77 on the day. In any case, a portion of the club's insightful fans proposed that it was credulous to add something extra to the outcomes, saying it's initial days. 

In any case, mentor Stuart Baxter, who was reserved to return the wonder days at the club following their six-year prize dry season, will be anxious to demonstrate that they've switched things around against SuperSport. That is the reason they can't leave any stone unturned. 

Taking (up-sides) from the past game against Chippa, we did quite well. Be that as it may, I figure we can in any case improve and improve collectively. In this way, going to the end of the week's down, we are going for a success and a superior presentation," Dube clarified. 

SuperSport are partaking in a purple fix. They are second on the standings and four focuses behind Mamelodi Sundowns. They are unbeaten in the association after four successes and three draws – an accomplishment they for the most part accomplished without Bradley Grobler. 

Grobler piled up the association's Golden Boot last season. In any case, his beginning to the mission has been defaced by wounds as Thamsanqa Gabuza has needed to lead the line. The last has done well as he's scored threefold in the last five matches. 

However, it's not just Gabuza that Dube and his colleagues must be careful about with all due respect as Zambian Gamphani Lungu has likewise been in super hot structure front and center. Dube, however, is excited that he's been getting game-time yet realizes that he's still a long way from his best. 

"It's been an extraordinary encounter working close by 'Pinnacle' (Eric Mathoho). The experience that he has is helping me a great deal. However, I am taking in a ton from every one of the middle backs in the group," said Dube who joined Chiefs from Richards Bay in August. 

"I'm not yet at the level that I'd prefer to get to. I imagine that I actually need more games to get to where I need to be – or where I've used to be previously, really. Up to now, I figure I've progressed nicely yet I actually think I need to improve as a player clearly." 

A great trip for Dube on Sunday in guard could see him return to Bafana for the two essential World Cup qualifiers against Zimbabwe and Ghana one month from now. Dube was avoided with regard to the new two qualifiers against Ethiopia. 

"That (to be brought in the main qualifiers) was inspiration for me to work significantly harder. I need to attempt to be in the public group and have the option to play," said Dube who was a necessary figure for Bafana when they won the COSAFA Cup in Gqeberha.


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