Absa Premiership

We're unfazed by Chiefs - Modise

2014-12-18 10:44
Teko Modise (Gallo Images)

Cape Town – Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder, Teko Modise, reveals once again that the Chloorkop club are not worried about unbeaten Kaizer Chiefs

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According to Times Live, Modise has yet again come out saying that Chiefs’ undefeated streak in the Absa Premiership does not bother Sundowns at all.

"We are not worried with them being unbeaten and we are not worried with them not losing, it is about ourselves," said Modise.

"We have been drawing so many games, which has resulted in points dropped.

"We are trying to pick up the points in the games that we can and I hope by the end of the season those points will count. There are (still) so many points to play for.”

Sundowns face a tricky encounter on Saturday, December 20, when they welcome Ajax Cape Town to the Lucas Moripe Stadium in the last PSL game for the year.

Kick-off is at 18:00.


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