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'It will be a major one' - Ronwen Williams savoring Kaizer Chiefs fight

SuperSport United commander Ronwen Williams concedes that his colleagues are amped up for facing Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday.

The different sides meet in a DStv Premiership experience with runner up United hoping to keep on applying strain on their Tshwane rivals Mamelodi Sundowns.

In the interim, Kaizer Chiefs are falling off a determined 4-0 triumph against Chippa United and will be quick to move further up the table.

"It will be a major one," Williams told columnists on Thursday morning in front of the mouth-watering fight.

"The folks are energized, and arrangements have been working out positively. We are anticipating it. We began (the season) great, and we need to proceed with this great structure that we got moving on.

On Wednesday, Sundowns' success against Golden Arrows guaranteed the association champions move four focuses clear of SuperSport after seven matches.

Williams demands that he keeps his partners "grounded" and continually advises them that the association is a long distance race, not a run finish.

"I continue to remind them, 'indeed, we have progressed admirably, yet we haven't won anything, we haven't accomplished anything'. They can't lose trace of what's most important and be cheerful," Williams proceeded.

"I let them know the season is long; it's 30 games. It doesn't complete in October or November, so I keep them grounded; I cause them to remain alert. I generally advise them to get consistency in their game, and that is the central concern.

"We don't need one season miracles or one-game marvels. We need that consistency, and that is the thing that we take a stab at the club.

"Check out Sundowns and attempt to imitate what they have done. Some of the time they pound out outcomes, and that is the thing that we are bringing to our game; we are not continually going to play the best football, and they are discovering that.

In the interim, United lead trainer Kaitano Tembo knows that Sunday's experience will be precarious given Chiefs' assurance boosting win against Chippa.

"I believe it will be an extreme game like some other game that we have played up until now. We are playing against a group that is falling off a generally excellent spirit boosting win," he said.

"In this way, we are playing a group that is high in certainty, so it won't be a simple game. It will be an intense game. We need to attempt to make a solid effort to attempt to get a positive outcome.

The start up is at 17:30.


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