Cape Town - Kingston
Nkhatha insists that Kaizer Chiefs’ boo-boys encouraged him during SuperSport
United’s win over the log leaders.
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KickOff, United handed Chiefs their first PSL defeat of the season courtesy of
Jeremy Brockie and Dove Wome goals.
Nkhatha who now dons
the colours of United was often the target of Chiefs fans frustrations believed
that the booing helped him this time around.
"It's not new for me. The more they do that, they
encourage me. I keep on playing the way I'm playing, it doesn't change me or anything
because me, I'm here to play for SuperSport. They are there to support Chiefs,”
said the Zimbabwean.
"So for me also if I can hear them doing that [booing],
it's a morale [boost] for me, I keep on pushing hard. And they also, they are
pushing me to keep on going, keep on going.
"Ja, it's emotional playing against your old team,
knowing that they were doing well and then we beat them, you know, it's part of
football. Life goes on.”