Ahead of their Absa Premiership clash against Mpumalanga Black Aces,
Kaizer Chiefs striker Kingston Nkatha believes that the Phefeni Glamour Boys
are up for a tough task against Amazayoni.
Amakhosi will lock horns with Aces for a second time in less than a month
when they battle for three points at the Mbombela Stadium on Wednesday night.
two sides last clashed in the MTN8 quarter-finals two weeks ago when Chiefs
enjoyed a 4-0 triumph.
Zimbabwean international scored in that game, but stressed that it will be
difficult playing against the Mbombela-based side once again in a short space of
it won’t be easy against Mpumalanga Black Aces for the second time,” said
always difficult to play against a team you have played previously.
will be a bit tough for us because they know how we play.
the good thing is that we also know them.”
to this game, the Soweto giants are coming off an impressive 1-0 win over Free
State Stars over the weekend while Aces were held to a 1-1 stalemate against
28-year-old target man missed some glorious opportunities against Stars, but hinted
that he is not feeling any pressure to score despite the absence of Bernard
Parker and Katlego Mphela up front.
further said that his coach, Stuart Baxter, instructed every player to take
responsibility when the chance presents itself instead of relying solelyon the strikers.
I am disappointed that I didn’t convert the chances I got.”
overall I am happy that the team won.
play for the team and we got the results needed.
a leading front man at the moment, there is no pressure for me to score in the
absence of Bernard (Parker) and Katlego (Mphela).
coach said whoever gets the chance must score.
necessarily me as a striker,” he added.
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