Absa Premiership

Shabba: We have business to take care of

2015-10-12 18:00
Siphiwe Tshabalala (Supplied)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs captain Siphiwe Tshabalala insist that his side will not rest on their laurels and look forward to the resumption of club football.

According to Shabba’s official website, the midfielder says that securing poisitive results will be their main focus when the PSL and the Telkom Knockout resumes.

“Resting is good but only for a little while.

“We have a lot of business to take care of in the league and the TKO.

“So our main focus now is getting back to the league and securing positive results.

“We also progressed in the TKO and will be facing Aces twice, in the league and then the TKO.

“The team has worked hard and will continue doing so to make the best out of our current season. We soldier on,” concluded Tshabalala.

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