South-Africa

Jele: Swazi teams are good

2015-07-18 09:18
Happy Jele (Gallo Images)

Cape Town- Orlando Pirates defender Happy Jele tells Sport24 that they know that Swazi teams are good and they are going to the game against Royal Leopards in the Kings Cup knowing that it won't be easy.

Jele said they want to win the semi-final game against Leopards to qualify for the finals where they will have to play either Kaizer Chiefs or Mbabane Swallows.

"I have watched Swazi teams play and they will give us a good game but we know that we have to win this game to reach the finals, " Jele observed.

“This game is also keeping us fit for our CAF Confederation Cup and it comes at the right time.  

“We have to make sure we keep on playing and to do that we have to win the first game and the finals.

“We know it won't be easy looking at the other teams but we are ready for the fight until the end.”

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