- Pitso Mosimane, the Mamelodi Sundowns coach, will be watching the Chiefs game tonight
- The coach still believes that the league title is an open race even though Chiefs leads by seven points
- He says that anything can happen as the game is similar to a rollercoaster ride
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Pitso Mosimane says he will be keenly watching the Kaizer Chiefs game at the Cape Town Stadium this evening. The Glamour Boys will be taking on the Stellenbosch side. Mosimane believes that the race to the league title is still very open and anything can happen.
When the Sundowns coach was asked if he would be watching, he responded by stating that he would watch. He added that the month of May is the one that determines the winner of the league, according to KickOff.com.
Mosimane's squad has lessened the gap between themselves and Kaizer Chiefs to only seven points after their victory against AmaZulu earlier this week.
Kaizer Chiefs, on the other hand, are still licking their wounds after being knocked out of the Telkom Knockout Cup by Maritzburg United this past weekend.
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According to Mosimane, hitting a slump during the season is normal. The important thing is how the team recovers from it. He said that his team is currently on a rollercoaster this season but would bounce back and defend their title.
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