Kaitano explains why it’s been difficult to plan for Chiefs

Kaitano explains why it’s been difficult to plan for Chiefs 1

On Mar 15, 2019 18,977 0 Supersport United coach, Kaitano Tembo, has explained why it has been difficult for him to plan the upcoming Absa Premiership clash against Kaizer Chiefs. Kaitano Tembo coach of Supersport United during the Supersport United Pressconference on the 23 August 2018 at PSL Offices/ Pic Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix Matsatsantsa host Amakhosi at Mbombela Stadium tonight looking to continue with their fine form of late. They’ve won five of their last six matches, a run which has put them in the race for the title. A victory…

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Katsande content with ommission

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By Mukudzei Chingwere Former Warriors captain Willard Katsande says coach, Sunday Chidzambwa, was right to overlook him for the crunch AFCON qualifier against Congo-Brazzaville on March 24 at the National Sports Stadium. Willard katsande The 33-year-old Kaizer Chiefs midfielder said given the magnitude of the fixture, the veteran gaffer was justified to have overlooked certain players even if they were doing well at their clubs. “This is a must-win game and we need to win the game at all cost to go to the AFCON finals, this is not the…

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Middendorp urges patience with Castro, Billiat

Middendorp urges patience with Castro, Billiat 3

Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has called on the club’s fans to have patience with the likes of Khama Billiat and Leonardo Castro, who haven’t settled since their high-profile moves at the start of the season. Khama Billiat Chiefs have had an inconsistent season having let go of Giovanni Solinas at the mid-point of their campaign, and find themselves in sixth position, eight points behind league leaders Mamelodi Sundowns. Middendorp believes Amakhosi will continue to improve over time as their new signings settle, much like Sundowns did under Pitso Mosimane’s…

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Everything happens for a reason: Billiat

Everything happens for a reason: Billiat 4

Kaizer Chiefs striker Khama Billiat refuses to discuss the ifs, buts and maybes as he focuses on their present situation and believes the season may still end in delight for him. Zimbabwean stars Willard Katsande and Khama Billiat in Kaizer Chiefs colours The Zimbabwe international is currently two third through his first season at Chiefs but has yet to experience the joy of lifting silverware, nor has he tasted top spot on the Absa soccer Premiership table with the club. He does currently boast the highest number of goals out…

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Billiat optimistic of ending on a high

Billiat optimistic of ending on a high 5

JOHANNESBURG — Kaizer Chiefs striker, Khama Billiat refuses to discuss the ifs, buts and maybes as he focuses on their present situation and believes the season may still end in delight for him. Billiat is currently two third through his first season at Chiefs but has yet to experience the joy of lifting silverware, nor has he tasted top spot on the Absa Premiership table with the club. He does currently boast the highest number of goals out of any of his teammates and continues to prove their most dangerous…

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Billiat: We win and lose together at Chiefs

Billiat: We win and lose together at Chiefs 7

On Feb 21, 2019 17,866 0 Kaizer Chiefs forward Khama Billiat believes the club are a united force and that no one individual gets blamed for losing or drawing matches. Khama Billiat Chiefs appear to be out of the title race in seventh position, a significant nine points behind the leaders Bidvest Wits. Key individual mistakes from the likes of Virgil Vries and Hendrick Ekstein have seemingly cost the Glamour Boys dearly. However, Billiat takes the view that responsibility for winning and losing is shared by the team, in particular…

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Khanye’s motivating advice to Billiat

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Following an impressive start to his Chiefs career at the beginning of the season, Khama Billiat has been subjected to criticism lately regarding his form. Khama Billiat Some Amakhosi fans feel that the Zimbabwean forward’s form has dipped and they have been demanding improved performances from him. Billiat has started in 19 of the 20 Absa Premiership matches played by Chiefs so far this season and has scored four goals in the process. The 28-year-old also scored two goals during their MTN8 run, earlier in the season, while he netted…

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Chiefs need star players: Tinashe Nengomasha

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Ex-Kaizer Chiefs hardman Tinashe Nengomasha has implied that Amakhosi lack quality players amid the club’s prolonged trophy drought. Ex-Kaizer Chiefs hardman Tinashe Nengomasha seen here during a morning training session with Wits on 5 July 2012 (© Chris Ricco/ BackpagePix) Speaking on the sidelines of the Castle Africa five-a-side media launch at Chaf Pozi Restaurant in Orlando East, Soweto, yesterday, Nengomasha challenged Amakhosi to buy the “right players”. “Sometimes you need to look for quality players… a right blend of players who can win you trophies. “The thing is, you…

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Katsvairo: Many things happened during my Chiefs stay

Katsvairo: Many things happened during my Chiefs stay 10

On Feb 11, 2019 17,866 0 Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Mitchel Katsvairo has expressed delight in securing a return to the Absa PSL. Michelle Katsvairo The Zimbabwean forward, who was released by Chiefs in January last year, is looking forward to proving his worth in Mzansi’s top tier after being signed by Free State Stars last month. Speaking to the Bethlehem club’s official website, the 28-year-old revealed how he had been wanted by current Ea Lla Koto coach Nikola Kavazovic since his days at Naturena with Amakhosi. “I am very…

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Muchichwa worried about Kaizer Chiefs in Soweto Derby

Muchichwa worried about Kaizer Chiefs in Soweto Derby 11

Kaizer Chiefs legend, Robson Muchichwa, believes Orlando Pirates will continue their good run in the Soweto Derby as his former team lacks quality in playing personnel. Robson Muchichwa The two arch-rivals face each other once more in South Africa’s biggest football fixture at FNB Stadium tomorrow afternoon. “It’s a big one man, it’s a big one,” Muchichwa told KickOff.com. “But one is worried because one side is not doing well. I’m just worried about that. You know football is a funny game, you understand mfethu. Because now it’s another game…

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