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Kaizer Chiefs playmaker Dolly promises more wins for Amakhosi

Kaizer Chiefs entered the halftime break with a two-goal lead over Chippa United at FNB Stadium. Chippa looked a side determined to prove a point and in the opening stages, Thokozani Sekotlong capitalised from some poor Chiefs defending but he spurned a one on one opportunity, dragging his shot wide.

Soon after, Chippa had another chance but this time the shot was straight at Daniel Akpeyi, who parried away.Chiefs took the lead in the 12th minute when they capitalized on a midfield error from Chippa as Keagan Dolly was allowed forward before setting up Keagan Dolly, who finished with aplomb.

Dolly was having a fantastic outing and doubled Chiefs' lead when against the run of play in the 31st minute, he cut in from out wide before fooling a defender and scoring.

The Chilli Boys were denied by another brilliant save from Akpeyi shortly before the interval when Siphesihle Mkhize unleashed a fierce strike and the Nigerian goalkeeper made an excellent reaction save.

So far so good player's need to understand that a basic requirement that comes with playing for Kaizer Chiefs you have to work hard,you have give your best.When you think a plumber is going to resign booom Dolly giving people false hope.

That's 2 great goals from Dolly. I hope we score 2 early goals in the 2nd half. Our defence cannot be trusted.Atleast they should have tried Kambole first instead of B. Parker.

If Mpengesi can give Hunt more chance he can do exactly what he did when he came to Wits with Chippa United . Hunt is the best independent coach in SA better than Rulani, Manqoba and Khompela combined.


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