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Pitso: I'm jealous of Billiat, Castro scoring goals for Chiefs

2018-08-30 14:43
Khama Billiat (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane admits that he is jealous of former players Khama Billiat and Leonardo Castro scoring goals for new side Kaizer Chiefs.

"I'm jealous of that Castro-Billiat combination that's hitting form at Kaizer Chiefs as I worked hard to build that," Mosimane told journalists. "All that is coming now is what used to happen before (at Sundowns).

"The only thing that is missing is Keagan [Dolly] on the left, then it would be the complete CBD who led us to league and cup titles which was unbelievable."

But the reality is we have to move on, it's done there's nothing you can do but move on...it's done.

Mosimane confirmed that his side will be throwing everything at this weekend's MTN8 semi-final opponents, Cape Town City with the two legged tie tightly poised.

We're one game away from a final so I don't think there's much motivation needed for the players. It's a chance to win another cup and at this club we have a culture of winning and we try to win everything."

The second-leg of the MTN8 semi-final gets underway on Sunday with Benni McCarthy's Cape Town City holding a first-leg 1-0 lead.

Kick-off is at 15:00.

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