Johannesburg - Willard Katsande believes his Kaizer Chiefs teammates have good chemistry after playing so long together.
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“It’s almost three years that this team has been playing together, so we understand each other well,” said Katsande.
According to Soccer Laduma, the midfielder claims that he has been doing his job in the middle of the park and contributed to Chiefs conceding less goals as well as scoring more.
“It’s so far so good for me, but always room for improvement. My game is trying to balance the team, which I think I’m doing.
Katsande also admits that the international break could not have surfaced at a better time because of niggling injuries in the squad. He thinks the breather gave the injured players time to shake of the knocks.
Meanwhile Amakhosi prepare to face University of Pretoria on Saturday, September 13.
The Tshwane side is unbeaten away from home this season, with two draws and one win from three matches.
Kick-off is scheduled for 15:00.