Johannesburg - Kaizer Chiefs have refused to concede that the PSL title race is out of
their hands. This is despite Mamelodi Sundowns being strong favourites
to take honours if they win their remaining matches.
According to the soccerladuma website, the Glamour Boys next face Free State Stars in the league on Wednesday
evening, in what could be a crucial clash. Ea Lla Koto are battling
relegation, whereas Chiefs simply can't afford to drop any more points.
Chiefs captain, Itumeleng Khune, expressed how motivated the club were
ahead of the match. He told the club's official website, "They are not
safe at the moment on the league table.
"They are lying second from the bottom on the log. At this stage of the
league every team is fighting its own battle.The race is on, on all
fronts, all the teams are gunning for something."
"We are chasing the league, SuperSport United and other teams are
fighting to stay in the top eight. We will not take any team let alone
Free State Stars for granted. We will compete in any game to the best of
'Itu' added how determined he and the team were as the finishing line
drew nearer, "We are not used to having it easy. Most of the teams raise
the bar when they play against us. It is going to be an interesting
last few days of the league."
"We have nine points to play for in the league, and every point matters
during this business end of the league. We are excited about the race
to the finishing line and can't wait to play on Wednesday night against
Wednesday's action gets underway from 19:30 at Peter Mokaba Stadium.