Absa Premiership

Shabba looks to next season

2015-05-21 15:17
Siphiwe Tshabalala (Supplied)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala hopes his side can carry their momentum over to next season.

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According to his official website, the 30-year-old revels in the record breaking season and set his eyes on a better finish next season.

“It has been a wonderful season and now comes the time to look back and reflect on how far we have come as a team,” said Tshabalala

“Kaizer Chiefs must be an enjoyable noun to utter lately. The team has definitely represented the slogan we go by. We are forever fearless and we inspire greatness. We are the Absa Premiership Champions and the MTN 8 victors.

“Not many can say that but we can. I think it has been a great journey from start until finish. The team led the PSL table from day one until we lifted the trophy. Along the line we achieved records like going a good 17 games without losing, reaching the 50 points mark in record time and having a good defensive record.

“This team has done great and I say that because I believe that all the players gave their best throughout. We had the Kaizer Chiefs 2014/2015 awards ceremony on Wednesday evening and it was great to see my team mates and technical staff being rewarded for the great work. I would like to say congratulations to all the winners. They led by example and continue to inspire us to do better.

“Now we can rest surely knowing that we conquered a mountain. This only means that we have now put up a standard that we have to better on the upcoming season. The journey will continue and I know that we can do better should we remain humble and hard working.

“To all the Kaizer Chiefs fans, well done for supporting us all the way and I hope that we have made you proud. This is your chance to be happy and rejoice in the success of the team. Until the next season we remain Champions.”

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