Pitso Mosimane is not losing sleep over log leaders Kaizer Chiefs

Pitso Mosimane is not losing sleep over log leaders Kaizer Chiefs

- Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane claims he isn't bothered by the huge margin that Kaizer Chiefs have in the Absa Premiership

- The current margin is 10 points, but Mosimane regards it as only 5 points by his calculations

- Mosimane emphasised that he isn't focused on Chiefs and that his team will draw on their experiences from other title-winning seasons

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Kaizer Chiefs etched out a commanding 10-point lead in the Premier Soccer League following their victory over Orlando Pirates.

Golden Arrows then managed to upset Mamelodi Sundowns on Sunday as reported by Briefly.co.za.

However, Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane claims to be at peace with the current state of affairs.

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SowetanLIVE reported that Sundowns will draw on their experiences from other title-winning campaigns.

Mosimane said, "We know how to win the league because we have won it four times in the last six years and the other two years finished second.”

The Downs mentor touched on the challenges his side has faced, including the unavailability of stars, such as Denis Onyango, Gaston Sirino and Themba Zwane.

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A bullish Mosimane was adamant that Chiefs' lead only amounts to five points, by his calculations.

He said, "If anybody says they have more than five than us‚ good luck to that person because it means they have done very well."

The Brazilians mentor also added that his players are faced with the challenge of competing in the CAF Champions League.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Mosimane's belief stems from the success Sundowns have enjoyed over the past six seasons.

Mosimane added, “I don’t want to focus on Chiefs‚ for the last six years we have ran a race with all the teams."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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