Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter says they’re expecting a tight game against Platinum Stars in the Telkom Knockout Cup quarterfinal on Sunday afternoon.
Baxter was sharing his insights with the media in Johannesburg at the PSL’s offices ahead of the highly anticipated TKO clash on Thursday.
Although Baxter has won the league, MTN8 Cup and the Nedbank Cup with Amakhosi, he says his aim is to win the TKO.
“I’m expecting a tough match and obviously when working at a team like Kaizer Chiefs, you want to try and win every tournament you enter – for me personally it’s a tournament I want to win,” said Baxter.
“You don’t want to exit the tournament, you don’t need to.
“It’ll be nice to go and win it, it’s always a good thing to be competitive and want to win things for your football club.”
The former Bafana Bafana mentor also outlined his objectives in the TKO, but not forgetting to mention those of the club.
“That’s why I’m employed, to win things as Kaizer Motaung mentioned to me when he employed me,” added Baxter.
“For me personally it would be nice, but for the club and my employees it would be better as that’s part of the job.”
The Dikwena and Amakhosi clash is scheduled to get underway at 15h00 at FNB Stadium on Sunday afternoon.