we need to expect a huge amount of transfer business done in the Amakhosi camp at the end of the seasonwhich is when their transfer bans ends.
wolla keizaer chiefs. they took the win over orlando pirates which was a close call but luckily ended at 1-0, with keizer chief taking the lead at the FNB stadium. which ended the run of 3 consecutive defeats for Amakhosi against their rivals.
keizer chiefs winning goal was scored by non other than Samir Nurkovic during the second half og the game in 54 minutes.
While the result was just what Chiefs needed, longer term, it’s not magically going to make their problems go away.
Reeve Frosler had a superb match for the Glamour Boys and when he has played this season (he’s had some injury problems), the former Bidvest Wits man has been one of Amakhosi’s best players.
While reflecting on the manner in which they managed to take the win this time around, Hunt admitted it was not their best performance but was just rewarded for the effort they put out on the pitch.
“I think we’ve played much better at times this year and lost, so football’s a funny game. We played far better in previous games, I think, and lost, and that’s how things work,” Hunt told the media.
“But the most important thing today is that we defended better. Our shape was better, we worked on it on the training ground and we were much more compact between the lines.
“We were much more disciplined today and far more patient, and that’s things we can only keep working on, on a daily basis.”
Chiefs: Akpeyi, Frosler, Cardoso, Mathoho, Ngezana, Mashiane, Blom, Ngcobo, Parker, Kambole, Nurkovic.
Subs: Bvuma, Katsande, Moleko, Agay, Sasman, Zulu, Matsheke, Lesako, Radebe.
Pirates: Mpontshane, Hlatshwayo, Maela, Nyauza, Mako, Monare, Motshwari, Ndlovu, Pule, Hotto, Mntambo.
Subs: Sandilands, Mabaso, Dzvukamanja, Tshobeni, Dlamini, Jooste, Makaringe, Mabasa, Mhango