Cape Town - Midfield
maestro Reneilwe ‘Yeye' Letsholonyane believes Kaizer Chiefs remain the team
to beat as Amakhosi begin the Absa Premiership title against Chippa United on
Amakhosi will start the PSL season against the club that they finished the
league off against in 2014/15, and Steve Komphela’s men will be hoping for a
positive start as their set out to defend their title.
told Sport24 that the club have prepared very well for the start of the new
campaign under new mentor, Komphela.
have been preparing with the coach and I think we are ready for the opening
match of the new season,” Letsholonyane told Sport24.
want to win and set new records.
always have goals to achieve and I’m confident we will reach our goals.”
experienced midfielder said coming from two goals down to beat Maritzburg
United 5-3 in their midweek MTN8 quarter-final was a sign that Amakhosi are a club
on a mission to improve from last season's successes where they won two
trophies, breaking records along the way.
play Chippa at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Sunday afternoon, the match is
set to get underway at 15:00.