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Maponyane: There's no limit to success at Chiefs

2017-06-08 21:21
Marks Maponyane (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Marks Maponyane believes that the club's rich history of success is an indication of the legacy that the current generation must live up to.

Maponyane, who played for the Glamour Boys for 10 years, winning numerous honours under coaches such as the late Ted Dimutru and Jeff Butler, takes the view that constantly striving to win trophies is the Chiefs way.

He told the club's official website, "We didn't want to be second to anybody. (Butler once told us after winning virtually everything in 1989) 'Don't think you won the World Cup. You must come back next year and win all those trophies again.'

"It symbolised the Kaizer Chief way. It was to never to be satisfied. There is no limit to success. You can always win more."

The retired forward's remarks come at the end of a 2016/17 season for Chiefs in which the Steve Komphela-coached outfit failed to win a trophy for the second year in a row.

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