Zwane: Sekhukhune have always been dangerous

Kaizer Chiefs coach, Arthur Zwane, shared insights on how his side will approach the DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United.

With five matches remaining before the end of the season, Chiefs are on position fourth and five points behind second-placed Orlando Pirates.

Speaking to the club media ahead of the DStv Premiership against Sekhukhune United, Zwane says he is wary of his opponents.

“They’ve always been a dangerous team in their approach,” said the Chiefs coach. “They’ve got a good coach in coach Brandon Truter, and a good technical team in MacDonald Makhubedu and Morgan Gould. There are no easy games for us as Kaizer Chiefs.

“When it’s Kaizer Chiefs, every technical team prepares to a tee, just to make sure they grind the results against Kaizer Chiefs. We are actually used to it and there’s no doubt they have a very good team, a team that has done well so far with quality players.

“They are not in the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup by fluke. They are there on merit because they are doing very well, so it’s not going to be an easy game for them and it’s not going to be an easy game for us.”

Amakhosi have won four and drew match in the last five DStv Premiership matches. The last defeat came in February against Golden Arrows

“The team that will win the game is the team that will apply themselves correctly, create enough chances and convert those chances as well, and concede less goals – and that’s what we intend to do, go out there, apply ourselves correctly and make sure we don’t concede, but also create chances and take them,” said Zwane.

The match will be played at Peter Mokaba Stadium and kick off is at 15h00.
By Zola Doda

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