They have moved from 14th to 8th on the league table. Amakhosi are now searching for their 1st home win of the season.
“Winning two games in a row is a morale booster” Anthony Akumu Agay tells the club website.
“We can continue from where we left off for the next game against TTM. If we can approach the next game in the same way we approached the last two games, I believe that we can get the maximum points we need”
Although a conventional centre back, Agay has been used in midfield to supplement the team’s injuries. He is happy to play wherever the technical staff requires him to be.
“I’ve adapted to playing wherever Coach Gavin Hunt utilises me,” he adds.
“Playing anywhere on the field is all about the belief that the coach and your teammates have in you. So, I’m comfortable with being deployed in any position that I can play.
“I have played in many positions as player, so it’s not a new thing for me.”
Akumu Agay also cites the presence of stand in captain Ramahlwe Mphahlele as a big help. The defender has had an influence on Agay.
“Playing with ‘Rama’ and the other guys is good. Someone like Rama makes it easier because he communicates with me all the time and he’s experienced.
“It’s a good thing to be playing and winning.” Agay exclaims.
Although Kaizer Chiefs are the huge favourites going into the game, Agay is expecting a tough match this afternoon.
“Our next game on Tuesday won’t be easy,” he concludes.
“It will be as tough as the other ones. Therefore, it’s about the right attitude and approach.
“I believe we can collect the three points. Whoever will be there on the pitch must be supported.” He finishes off.
Agay Looking To Make It 3 Wins in a Row for Kaizer Chiefs