This game comes as part of Chiefs’ hectic 2-game a week schedule. Amakhosi will play 2 matches every week until the season comes to an end.
“The team is in good spirits,” he tells the club website.
“We are looking forward to the game this evening against TTM. It has been quite hectic with up and down travel for all the games, but we enjoy playing.
“That’s why we are in this business – we want to play football.”
The Chiefs mentor is not too keen on worrying about the weather conditions in Limpopo. The game takes place at the New Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane.
“Conditions in Jo’burg, Bloemfontein and Polokwane are all pretty much the same,” he adds.
“Winter is setting in now and it is a little bit colder. In Polokwane you normally get very warm days but it’s going to be a reasonably mild day this afternoon.”
As Kaizer Chiefs have been taking part in many games, the coach will be forced to make changes to the team that drew 2-2 to Bloemfontein Celtic on Saturday.
“The line-up has to change,” he confirms.
“People are getting injured and suspended when you play so many games. It’s only natural that players get injured, so we have a few problems.
“We have to use the squad and anyone who steps in, we have total faith in them. We need to be positive and play.
“We have five league games to go and we have not secured our place in the top eight yet,” he points out.
“It’s going to be a big ask but we can do it. Obviously, CAF games are around the corner in between all of this so we will be travelling.
“And locally we have to come back to Limpopo and go further north to Venda to play Black Leopards, which is a long trip that’s going to be in between the two CAF games.” He concludes.
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