Itumeleng Khune is injured, Virgil Vries is costing them games, should Kaizer Chiefs be looking to buy another keeper before the transfer window closes?
You can lay 75% of the blame for two of Kaizer Chiefs’ last four losses at the feet of Virgil Vries. The reserve keeper made a couple of amateur mistakes that cost Chiefs a point against Sundowns and a place in the CAF Confederations Cup against Zesco United.
George Lebese’s career seemed to be wasting away on Mamelodi Sundown’s bench. Pitso Mosimane, however, has given him the green-light to leave the club this transfer window, the only problem is… no ‘big’ club is interested.
After Mamelodi Sundowns beat Libyan side Al Ahly Benghazi 4-0 on the 22nd of December last year to progress to the group stages of the CAF Champions League, Downs coach Pitso Mosimane was asked about midfielder George Lebese.
Bidvest Wits aren’t recognized as favourites to win the Absa Premiership but, they are the best team in the league so far.
I didn’t realize, and you probably didn’t too, Gavin Hunt’s Bidvest Wits have been having a good season. Deluded Orlando Pirates supporters have all but crowned their team as the PSL champions. Whilst Mamelodi Sundowns fans think their games in hand give them the advantage.
Well, I got bad news for both of you…
Kaizer Chiefs lost 2-1 against Mamelodi Sundowns last Saturday afternoon. Even after the loss, under Ernst Middendorp, Kaizer Chiefs look like a better team than they did with Giovanni Solinas.
Amakhosi came up against league champions Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday afternoon in the first PSL game since the new year. This was supposedly billed as a title decider which was strange as both teams haven’t been at their best this season.
Sundowns started off the brightest. They scored their first goal after only 3 minutes through Anthony Laffor. Kaizer Chiefs regained their composure and got their equaliser in the 16th minute by way of a Willard Katsande stooping header. Amakhosi dominated the rest of the first stanza.