Kaizer Chiefs player, Keagan Dolly, says the Nedbank Cup is the last opportunity for Amakhosi to play for something.
Amakhosi were knocked of the MTN8 in the semi-final by Amazulu and with Sundowns already crowned league champions, the Nedbank Cup is the last opportunity to get their hands on silverware.
Chiefs will take on Royal AM stands in the quarter-final this weekend. “This is the opportunity for us to play for something,” Dolly Amakhosi website.
“This is a different game to a league game. We have to win no matter how we play. What is important for us is to get to the semi-finals.”
The two sides met in the first match of the season at FNB Stadium with the KZN side coming out victorious. In January, Amakhosi, were able to avenge the defeat with an impressive 2-0 win which also marked a debut for Christian Saile Basomboli.
The 30-year-old feels that Chiefs can get a positive result on Sunday. “Royal AM are a good team but we did beat them the last time we played against them which gives us confidence for this game. We want to get into the semifinal and, ultimately, lift the cup for our supporters.”
By Zola Doda