Khune: We will Stop Orlando Pirates

It will be broadcast globally, available in 23.8 million household through out the Caribbean, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand and 83 million of American household.

The french journalist posed a question to both teams, he asked ” As the derby has attracted the global media and the world at large, how are the  players from both teams taking the pressure?”

Itumeleng Khune the Kaizer Chiefs’s Captain answered ” It is important for us as players to play our normal football and bring good results to our team and the world should know that Chiefs won at the end of the day”

“Our players will be watched by scouts from all over the world, they should play their normal game and contain the pressure. Supporters also need to behave in a proper manner, for the world to respect and realize that South African soccer is on the rise” added the Chiefs mentor Stuart Baxter.

Its going to be a tough encounter come this weekend, both teams desperately keen for 3 points, if Amakhosi win it means extending the gap between them and the Buccaneers.

Article:Sphiwe Ngwenya II

 

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