Steve Kompela, Being at Kaizer Chiefs is about results

Steve Kompela, Being at Kaizer Chiefs is about results
Madoda Ntuli

Madoda Ntuli

It’s going to be a beautiful event, Reconciliation Day it is, a nice outing for people, a great event, but for us it remains a football match. It’s a second final in three months for the players, they want to get something before the end of the year and we want to do the supporters proud.”

“Matches differ and this is no ordinary match. The temperament itself is going to be different. I think if you had the luxury of playing matches on the back of stats, I’m sure would say to the PSL…’You tally stats and you tell us whose winning.” – Komphela
“It wasn’t a nice feeling losing in the MTN8 final. But this is different and all you can do is, what are the lessons you pick up from that one.”

“Two hours 50 minutes the tickets sold out. It’s not something easy, but it shows the seriousness surrounding the magnitude and the interest in this game, which I feel Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns will definitely live up to.”

“Being at Kaizer Chiefs is about results. You can win all 29 matches in the (Absa) Premiership, and somebody wins 30, you are a loser. So what I am effectively saying is you can come as far as the final, but not win, it’s not good enough.”

“We’ve only lost two matches at Chiefs. The Orlando Pirates match and the MTN8 final, but it is not enough. So it tells you about the expectation. Everybody would like to be in that house, when everybody in that house wishes to be outside.” – Komphela

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