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Kaizer Chiefs star: I can’t even tell you what position we’re in now

Kaizer Chiefs climbed to second on the table on Sunday evening, yet stay eight focuses unfastened of table-fixing Sundowns. 

Ramahlwe Mphahlele says that Kaizer Chiefs need to put all contemplations of where they are on the table insane. 

Mphahlele ventured to such an extreme as to guarantee absolute obliviousness of the Glamor Boys current situation in the DStv Premiership. 

Kaizer Chiefs climbed to second on the table on Sunday evening, yet stay eight focuses unfastened of table-fixing Mamelodi Sundowns, who sport a game close by. 

The Bafana fullback feels players ought not consume their brains with considerations of association tables. 

"I don't take a gander at the table," Mphahlele said before the match. "I can't stop for a minute position we're in at this point. 

"We center around each game in turn. I trust it's great to gather focuses from the get-go in the season, yet the association is a long distance race that can be won on the last day. 

"I've seen groups that are lower part of the log beating groups at the top, so we simply need to zero in on ourselves. We should adhere to our strategy and approach them with deference. 

"Additionally when groups play against us they will more often than not restore themselves and play well, so we can't underestimate any group. The moment we begin taking a gander at groups and their places that will be our destruction." 

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Ramahlwe Mphahlele of Kaizer Chiefs during the Telkom Knockout quarterfinal match between Kaizer Chiefs and Supersport United at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix 


Mphahlele excused the thought that Kaizer Chiefs 'dropped focuses' in their 1-1 attract at home to Amazulu. 

"AmaZulu are probably the best group in the association, so it's a significant point for us," says Mphahlele. 

Mphahlele's re-visitation of the Kaizer Chiefs arrangement has concurred with an upswing in exhibitions. 

The right-sided protector even laid on a help for Khama Billiat in their reverberating 3-1 success over Moroka Swallows on Sunday.

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Bafana Kaizer Chiefs Mamelodi Ramahlwe Mphahlele Sundowns.


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