Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs defender Morgan Gould said their Premiership title dream would not be
deferred, despite the club dropping five points in their last two league
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Chiefs could only muster a goalless draw against
Bloemfontein Celtic before suffering a 2-0 defeat against SuperSport United in
Pretoria over the past two weeks.
As a result of the recent developments, Amakhosi have seen
their commanding lead in the Premiership standings drop to just seven points,
although they do have one game in hand over second-placed Bidvest Wits, who saw
off Mamelodi Sundowns 1-0 on Tuesday.
The next assignment for Chiefs will be a match against Ajax
Cape Town at the FNB Stadium on Wednesday, and indications are that this
campaign will not get any easier, with Nedbank Cup and CAF Champions League
football still on the table for the Glamour Boys.
"We lost one game [to SuperSport] and we must roll up
our sleeves and come out guns blazing again," said Gould ahead of the
midweek match against the Urban Warriors.
While there is still a considerable amount of football to be
played, Gould has not given up on the prospects of achieving the treble this
season, adding that the league campaign would not be the only priority at this
"You can never predict the future, but we want to do
well and if that means winning the double or the treble, we will give it our
best shot," said Gould, who has featured prominently for Chiefs this
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