Amakhosi and Chippa will lock horns as part of the finale of the 2015/16 Absa Premiership league fixtures on Saturday, 21 May.
“Every team brings their A-game when they play against Kaizer Chiefs,” comments Erick ’Tower’ Mathoho ahead of Saturday’s clash against Chippa United. “Our preparations are going smoothly so far.”
“It is going to be a good game for the supporters to watch,” adds Mathoho
Matzoh and Itu Khune have been called Bafana Bafana qualifiers , in Gambia . “Every national team call-up is special and appreciated. It is always a different kind of feeling. As a professional athlete, you always wait in anticipation to be selected for the national team. I am grateful for the opportunity to represent my country.”
The defender stresses, however, that his immediate focus is on Saturday’s game: “Chippa is coming to us at the back of a good win against Orlando Pirates. Their confidence must be sky high at the moment, but they visit us at the wrong time, as we want to finish the season on a high. There’s no team that wants to finish the league season with a loss.”
‘Tower’ encourages the supporters to be at FNB Stadium on Saturday: “Even though we didn’t collect any silverware this season, we received amazing support this season. We want to thank our supporters with a win on Saturday.”