Even after their loss to Cape Town City last night, Pitso Mosimane is confident that his team will win the league.
Cape Town City came from behind to beat Mamelodi Sundowns 2-1 last night. With that result, Masandawana lost their place at the top of the table to Orlando Pirates who drew their respective game against Bloemfontein Celtic.
“But this is unexplainable, it’s just irritating and not comfortable for all of us [to deal with]. I think to concede in such a way, I didn’t see any other opportunities for Polokwane City.
“With all due respect, we scored two goals.”
We as supporters take for granted how important a goalkeeper is. They aren’t many outstanding goalkeepers on Itumeleng Khune’s level. Kaizer Chiefs signed Chippa United’s Daniel Akpeyi in the January transfer window. I thought that was strange because Akpeyi is a mistake-prone keeper.
Ernst Middendorp and Kaizer Chiefs’ hands are tied there isn’t much they can do about this situation. They could thrust young keeper Bvuma into the limelight but Kaizer Chiefs fans are unforgiving and should he make mistakes that cost Amakhosi points the supporters will be on his back.
In the Nedbank Cup last-16, we saw Amakhosi make hard work of dispatching ABC Motsepe side Magic FC whilst Cape Town City comfortably beat Highlands Park.
Magic FC 0-3 Kaizer Chiefs
Kaizer Chiefs needed extra-time to defeated third tier outfit The Magic FC 3-0 to advance to the Nedbank Cup quarter-finals.
Nobody gave Magic FC a prayer when it was announced that Kaizer Chiefs would be their next opponents in the Nedbank Cup. They are a small ABC Motsepe side whose payroll can be handled by Khama Billiat salary alone. Continue Reading →