A former Kaizer Chiefs participant has warned the group now no longer to assume the whole thing is so as when they cruised to a 4-zero victory of their final DSTV Premiership clash.
Amakhosi hammered Chippa United final weekend and were given lower back to prevailing approaches for the primary time for the reason that August and the victory changed into stimulated via way of means of a few brilliance from Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly, who bagged a brace in opposition to the Chilli Boys.
Chiefs, however, may have a harder assignment in opposition to their subsequent opponents - SuperSport United. They go to Matsatsantsa at Lucas Moripe Stadium, having now no longer overwhelmed the Tshwane outfit withinside the final 5 league meetings.
"It's nevertheless early to speak approximately them. We will speak extra approximately them once they have performed some extra games. Otherwise for now, they did nicely in that sport and I wish they may preserve with that," former Amakhosi participant Robson Muchichwa tells the Siya crew.
"They want to tug up their socks so we can maintain shifting up. They want to maintain combating and paintings harder. What those men do not know is that whilst you are gambling for Chiefs you're gambling a very last each week."
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