Johannesburg - Kaizer Chiefs chairperson Kaizer Motaung has heaped praise on the
side following their PSL title winning campaign, but has challenged the
Glamour Boys to go one step further and secure the Nedbank Cup.
According to the Football411 website, Amakhosi wrapped up the Premiership crown with a game to spare
this season, although their trophy presentation was slightly soured on
the final day after they slumped to a 1-0 defeat to University of
Pretoria on Saturday.
However, the party at Naturena continued well into the early
hours of Sunday morning as the team and supporters celebrated their
first league title in eight years, and Motaung is now looking to add the
Ke Yona trophy to their cabinet to cap off a memorable season.
"We have to sustain the winning momentum in the PSL in the new
season. After winning the league the journey has just begun," he told The Sowetan.
"I had a meeting with the players a few days ago. I told them they have to write their own history by winning the league title.
"Chiefs is a club with a massive history, I'm happy they
delivered. We are now going for the double. We want to end the season
with a bang by winning the Nedbank Cup too.
"We are reclaiming glory."
Chiefs will lock horns against defending champions SuperSport
United in the Nedbank Cup final on Saturday, with the Moses Mabhida
Stadium hosting the end-of-season extravaganza.