A previous Kaizer Chiefs player has cautioned the group not to think everything is all together after they traveled to a 4-0 triumph in their last DSTV Premiership conflict.
Amakhosi pounded Chippa United last end of the week and returned to winning ways interestingly since August and the triumph was roused by some brightness from Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly, who packed away a support against the Chili Boys.
Bosses, in any case, will have a harder test against their next adversaries - SuperSport United. They visit Matsatsantsa at Lucas Moripe Stadium, having not beaten the Tshwane outfit in the last five association gatherings.
"It's still right on time to discuss them. We will speak more with regards to them when they have played a couple of more games. In any case until further notice, they did well in that game and I trust they will proceed with that," previous Amakhosi player Robson Muchichwa tells the Siya group.
"They need to try harder so they can continue to climb. They need to continue to battle and work harder. What these folks don't know is that when you are playing for Chiefs you are playing a last each week."
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