Shabba wants title in style

2013-05-15 17:48
Siphiwe Tshabalala (File)
 Polokwane – Siphiwe Tshabalala hopes to reward Kaizer Chiefs fans with a win against tonight’s opponents SuperSport United, and in so doing, clinch their first PSL title for eight years.

Soccer Laduma’s website reports that Shabba will not merely settle for a draw, which will be enough for Chiefs to be crowned champions.

“We want to win tonight. We have to win tonight. We want to reward all our supporters who have been there throughout the season. We also want to finish on a good note just as we started the season, so tonight it is a must win game for us,” Shabba stated.

The AmaKhosi conclude their league campaign against another Pretoria outfit, the University of Pretoria, before facing SuperSport again a week later in the Nedbank Cup final in Durban.

Kick-off for tonight's match at is at 19:30.


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