- Former Orlando Pirates coach Roger De Sa has likened Kaizer Chiefs to European super club Liverpool
- De Sa made the comparison as Chiefs have forged a 10-point gap at the top of the Absa Premiership
- The former Bucs mentor feels that the Amakhosi already have one hand on the trophy
Kaizer Chiefs are setting the pace and earning plaudits for their performances this season in the Premier Soccer League.
While it may be painful for fans of Orlando Pirates to witness, a former Buccaneers coach has shared his admiration for the Glamour Boys.
Roger De Sa complimented Chiefs and likened them to English Premier League giants Liverpool.
After a dream weekend, Chiefs beat Soweto Rivals Orlando Pirates, while Mamelodi Sundowns suffered a surprise loss to Golden Arrows - as reported by Briefly.co.za.
The net effect is that Chiefs now have a 10-point lead over their closest rivals and De Sa feels they have one hand on the league title.
De Sa admitted: "Chiefs are looking very good, I must say. They can maintain it because nobody seems to keep pace hey. They look like Liverpool in England. It looks like they are starting to run away with it."
KickOFF.com reported that De Sa is a co-owner of Cape Umoya United, but has availed himself should he receive an attractive offer to coach again.
De Sa added, "I'm not jobless, I'm not on the unemployment list you know. I'm okay, but ja if a nice project came up you know obviously I would consider it."
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