Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala still wants to produce a quality finish to
the Premiership season, despite his team securing the title after the 4-1
victory against Polokwane City.
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Chiefs have already accumulated 63 points in the 27 matches
they have played this term, but for Tshabalala the journey hasn't quite ended
There are still three matches to be contested this season
and two of them are against the teams which were still in the hunt for the
title halfway through the season.
Next Wednesday Chiefs will play against Mamelodi Sundowns at
the Lucas Moripe Stadium, a game which will then be followed by a home fixture
against Bidvest Wits one week later.
Chiefs will then complete their season with a trip to the
Eastern Cape, where they will play against Chippa United.
"The fight has been won but the battle is not
over," Tshabalala told his fans after helping his team secure the league
"Yes, we have crossed the line. It feels great to know
that we have achieved our goal and our fans are happy. This though must not get
to our heads.
"The League is not finished and we have to see it
through. This means that we have to stay grounded and finish what we started
since the beginning of the season," added Tshabalala.