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Chiefs Is Doing Better Than Their Bitter Rivals

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The results against Supersport United saw Kaizer Chiefs climb into position number five on the Premier Soccer League log. After a slow start of the season Kaizer Chiefs are now finding their groove at the right time, before the international break we thought Kaizer Chiefs were not ready to perform at highest level but now they're on the right track.

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Kaizer Chiefs were able to achieve a piece of history for the first time this season, when they made back to Back victorious over Chippa United as well as Supersport United.

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Screenshot Courtesy of one football application.

But I have to say that Orlando Pirates they also have a game in hand but they're facing one of the hottest teams in the form of, Royal AM but the encounter is going to take place on the 28th of October.

The victory is going to boost Kaizer Chiefs because they defeated one of the best teams in the PSL because as we speak Supersport United are currently occupying the number 2nd on the log, and yet they manage to defeat them very convincingly so.

Kaizer Chiefs have a lot of time on their as they're not in action until on the second of November, this is their highest standing on the log so far this season and they're going to build on this two results, the club have ambition of going back to compete with some of the biggest team in Africa so this season as much as they're still in the rebuilding season they're going to target to finish a season in a healthy position at top three, but it's never going to be easy because there's no easy fixtures in the Premier Soccer League this season. there's too much qualify in the league unlike a few years back.

Sources:

https://twitter.com/TheSAnews/status/1452615928189882374?t=_bv5Xefjw2ypuoUo1joqXg&s=19

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