Kaizer Chiefs have not played any football this week, and it will continue into the next seven days.
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KAIZER CHIEFS PLANS FOR THE FIFA INTERNATIONAL BREAK
Speaking to the media after last week’s 1-0 defeat to Cape Town City in Johannesburg, coach Ntseki and his team have time on their hands as the MTN8 final and FIFA break take centre stage.
“Time heals. The two weeks that we’ll be working with the players will also give them time to heal,” Ntseki said via TimesLIVE.
“When we prepare we always prepare to win but in football you win some and you lose some,” Ntseki added.
Meanwhile, Chiefs will be waiting to confirm Carling Knockout Cup opponents ahead of the 19 October start.
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