Kaizer Motaung urges Amakhosi supporters not to get carried away

Kaizer Motaung urges Amakhosi supporters not to get carried away

- Kaizer Chiefs boss Kaizer Motaung has urged supporters not to get carried away by the team's flying start

- Motaung admits that the team has impressed him, but that there's still a long way to go

- Although Chiefs brought in numerous new players, the chairman refused to rule out the possibility of more transfers in January

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What a difference a few months makes to a football team.

At the end of last season, Kaizer Chiefs supporters were pulling their hair out at the dismal performances dished up by their team.

Fast forward a few months and they lead the Premier Soccer League by an impressive 10 points.

The Glamour Boys also find themselves in the semi-final of the Telkom Knockout following their epic victory over Orlando Pirates.

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While many fans are already boasting that Chiefs have one hand on the league title, chairman Kaizer Motaung issued a word of warning.

SowetanLIVE reported that the Amakhosi boss urged fans and followers not to get carried away by the flying start.

Following the PSL Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday, Motaung admitted that he's been impressed by the team's form thus far.

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Motaung said, “We are happy, but it is still early days.”

Briefly.co.za understands that the chairman also revealed his satisfaction with coach Ernst Middendorp.

Chiefs underwent a significant player overhaul during pre-season, but hasn't ruled out the possibility of bringing in further new faces during the January transfer window.

Motaung added, “It is work in progress‚ we will see what happens.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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