Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs stalwart Siphiwe Tshabalala says the
mood in the camp at Naturena is positive
as they prepare for the second half of the Premiership.
inconsistent start to the season, Amakhosi ended the first half of the campaign
on a high note - with two consecutive league victories.
in fourth place and trailing Supersport United, Bidvest Wits and Cape Town City by a single point, 'Shabba' feels the
Soweto giants have done enough to mount a serious title challenge when the
league resumes next month.
closed off sitting in position four on the league table and that for me is not
a bad position to start in going forward," he told the club's website.
team just needs to make sure that we head forward with the intent to raise our
performance in order to bring in good results.
journey so far has been not easy but that is how life deals. I am glad to be
back and preparing to resume the season along with the Kaizer Chiefs
lads," the veteran playmaker added.
future is bright and as Amakhosi we will be opening our second half of the
season with a fixture against Free State Stars on
is plenty of work to be done but we must keep in mind that Rome was not built
in a day. We will take it a game at a time and build on that."