Underfire Kaizer Chiefs mentor Molefi Ntseki reveals how he plans to remove the dark hanging over the Soweto giants.
Ntseki admits that Chiefs cannot afford to end the current season without a trophy as they will chase the Carling Knockout Cup.
Drawn against AmaZulu in the Last 16, Chiefs are out to end the unwanted trophy drought that has lasted for eight seasons.
Speaking after the draw on Tuesday in Johannesburg, Ntseki said they are working very hard to evade the dark cloud.
NTSEKI ON HOW TO EVADE DARK CLOUD OVER CHIEFS
The PSL is understood to have scheduled to Last 16 matches to be played on October 21-22 and Ntseki will be gunning for silverware.
“Before the dark cloud referring to their long trophy drought, what was there?” Ntseki said to the media according to Sowetan.
“And if a dark cloud is hanging over your head, how do you move away from that cloud?
“I think we are currently working on how to evade that dark cloud which will be through winning games and winning games will put us in a good position to win cups, starting with this Carling Black Label Knockout.”
The former Bafan Bafana mentor stresses the importance of going to Usuthu aiming for nothing but a victory.
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Ntseki is fully aware that the Amakhosi are pinning their hopes on him to bring trophies to Naturena and says they have to beat AmaZulu.
Already under pressure as Chiefs fans also vented their anger at him, and pelted him with objects, Ntseki expects a tough clash.
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“For us to go to the final, this [game versus AmaZulu] is the most important game that we will be playing,” Ntseki adds.
“We want to make sure we win this game in 90 minutes.
“The team [AmaZulu] has been improving over the last few games since we beat them in the league, so it won’t be an easy game at all.”
Meanwhile, the PSL announced that the Carling Knockout winners will face a Carling All-Star team to be voted by the fans in the new format of the Carling Black Label Cup.
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