Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki will face in-form Cape Town City on Sunday afternoon at Athlone Stadium in pursuit to reclaim the glory days.  

The last time Kaizer Chiefs lifted a trophy was in the 2014-15 season when they won the league and MTN8 under Stuart Baxter. However, the Soweto giants have a chance to redeem themselves with a new trophy that MTN has designed for the tournament.

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Ntseki started the season with Amakhosi with unsatisfactory results after collecting one point in two matches in the DStv Premiership campaign. The former Bafana Bafana coach insists everything at Kaizer Chiefs is pressure from the club management and supporters because of the history the club has created in the past years.

“Everything at Kaizer Chiefs is pressure because the demands, the expectations are always high, especially from the management that is used to winning things,” said Ntseki on Thursday.

Molefi Ntseki wants to bring the glory days back at Kaizer Chiefs
Molefi Ntseki and Eric Tinkler


“Especially from supporters that are used to winning things. When we are not winning, it’s a disappointment. It becomes a big setback to the management of the club and to the supporters.

“So, when you have the opportunity to play the game, you understand that it is a must-win match, whether it’s a cup fixture or league.

“It has been long now without smiles on the faces of our supporters and also the chairman of the club, Kaizer Motaung.

“All of that comes with a responsibility that we are taking as a technical team and as players to say we represent the club. We have to do well and have very good performances.”

Ntseki will be looking to get their first win of the season when they face cape town City on Sunday.

By Katleho Hlalele


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