Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Fees Moloi
believes the club will struggle in every department against Cape Town
City in Sunday's Nedbank Cup quarterfinal at Mbombela Stadium.
Moloi - who retired in 2008 after a career spent at QwaQwa Stars,
Vaal Professionals, Manning Rangers, Chiefs, Ria Stars, Santos, AmaZulu,
Fidentia Rangers and African Warriors - takes the view that City
resembles Orlando Pirates in terms of having the right balance.
He told Soccer Laduma: "Kaizer Chiefs is very lucky when it
comes to playing in cup competitions, but looking at Cape Town City and
their performances, I think they are very advanced.
"Cape Town City is complete in all departments, from the defence, midfield and up front.
"But looking at Chiefs, their defence hasn't been convincing. Their communication at the back hasn't been up to scratch.
"That is very evident now that Itumeleng Khune hasn't been there for
the team. Khune was the one who organised things for the team from the
back and made things happen.
"Cape Town City is just like Pirates. They have endurance and the speed that is needed for competing for things."
Sunday's encounter is set to get underway from 15:00.