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Chiefs midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala has called on the club's fans to refrain
from celebrating winning the Absa Premiership as they have not won the title
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"Yes we have done well so far and we are ahead of the
pack,” Tshabalala said on his official website.
“This though does not mean the league is over. It is not
over until the last match of the season.
“We have to keep focused and go all the way,"
Stuart Baxter's men are currently 13 points ahead of
second-placed Mamelodi Sundowns, who have the best chance of catching up to
Amakhosi at the summit of the Premiership standings.
Chiefs are run-away favorites to lift the 2014/2015 Absa
Premiership title and need only a win against Polokwane City to clinch their
second league title in three seasons.
Sundowns recently slipped up following a shock 5-0 defeat to
Bloemfontein Celtic. They now have to win the remaining five matches to reach a
total of 62 points.
Chiefs are already at the 60-point mark and need only three
more points to be crowned champions.