Kaizer Chiefs striker Keagan Dolly says that they cannot afford to become obsessed with Sundowns.
Dolly insists that the Glamour Boys have their own race to run.
Kaizer Chiefs have their own race to run
Kaizer Chiefs do face Sundowns later this month but will first have to get through matches against Sekhukhune United and Amazulu.
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“We’re only reaching the halfway mark now,” said Dolly according to Times Live.
“There’s still a lot to play for. I think in the past Sundowns won the league in the last 20 minutes, so anything can happen.
“I think for us it’s important not to focus on what they [Sundowns] are doing. We have our own race to run. Our next focus is on Sekhukhune this weekend.”
Kaizer Chiefs have not won a single major trophy since their last PSL title win back in 2015.
Time to challenge
Club legend Doctor Khumalo has said that Kaizer Chiefs player should be stewing seeing Sundowns scooping honours and awards.
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“I have a simple question for you: How does it feel to watch your opponents walking up to the podium to receive awards while watching them on television?. There are individual and team awards,” Khumalo wrote in the Soccer Laduma magazine.
“I still wonder how it feels to watch opposition players and teams collecting awards while sitting in your lounge and watching them on television? Once again, I really hope that someone will show up and challenge Sundowns next season.
“The more players and teams raising their hands next season, the better it will be for our football. That’s how the game will be interesting and catch everyone’s eye. Everyone will start getting more interested in the game.”
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