Absa Premiership

Zwane: Chiefs learnt the hard way

2017-02-23 20:34
Arthur Zwane (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs MultiChoice Diski Challenge coach Arthur Zwane believes that the club's reserve side can only take lessons from their unsuccessful attempt to win the MDC title.

The Glamour Boys currently occupy fourth position in the table and are six points behind leaders Mamelodi Sundowns with one game left to play.

Amakhosi face SuperSport United's MDC outfit at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni on Sunday.

As such, Zwane wants his team to show the application needed for victory as it will only spur them on to bigger and better things next season.

"We have learnt the hard way. But we gained a lot of experience, which will help us to do even better next season," he told the club's official website.

"We will bring our A-game against SuperSport. We are representing the Chiefs badge and every time we walk on the pitch we are mindful of the aspirations of our supporters.

"Our approach against SuperSport will be as professional as always."

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