AmaZulu head coach Benni McCarthy says he knew Kaizer Chiefs would not be capable of scoring against his side from open play due to a lack of attacking quality.
“It was a fantastic performance from the boys, we can’t fault them,” he said after the match.
Benni is mad here, yes he could have won the game but he should thank Veli Mothwa for his supersaves
“We said, if we marginalise our mistakes, if we don’t give them give-away, they won’t get into this game because they don’t have the quality to open us up, to break us through and then create clear goalscoring opportunities.
“From the last few games that we’ve seen, they still yet finding their feet, so I knew that was a disadvantage for them.
Chiefs players are always tired they lack fighting spirit
I wonder what the fitness coach is doing with them at training
As to the coach I wonder if he understands what he is doing getting beaten by the likes of John maduka with such a margin requires resignation
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