Tau eager to beat tough Ajax

2011-09-14 10:50
Jimmy Tau (Gallo)
Johannesburg - Kaizer Chiefs skipper Jimmy Tau is determined to put the MTN8 disappointment behind him by beating all comers in the PSL.

Amakhosi were once again foiled by their arch rivals on the weekend, as Orlando Pirates successfully defended their MTN8 title.

Tau realises the fans are hurting after the defeat and vows to make it up to them by getting back to winning ways - starting at Cape Town Stadium on Wednesday night.

The right-back told the club's official website: "For us our priority for the next few weeks is on the league championship these are going to be busy times for us, we have important business to take care of now starting with this very tough clash against Ajax on Wednesday.

"Ajax always have been and still are one of the most enterprising teams in the league, they always very tactically astute, we saw from the semi-finals how difficult it is to play against them.

"We do not expect it to be an easy game, like I said our focus is on the league we know we have difficult games against Ajax, Pirates and Bloemfontein Celtic but our target remains to continue winning games and picking up points."

He added: "We would like to win these next few games for our fans, we know that they are also down because of what happened in the Cup Final. We do believe that we can make it up by winning our next couple of league games."

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