Pitso heaps pressure on Amakhosi: “The league is for Chiefs to lose”

Pitso heaps pressure on Amakhosi: “The league is for Chiefs to lose”

- Kaizer Chiefs currently enjoy a mammoth ten-point lead in the Absa Premiership over Mamelodi Sundowns

- Sundowns mentor Pitso Mosimane said that the league is Chiefs' to lose based on this huge advantage

- However, Mosimane added that his team will push them until the bitter end

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Kaizer Chiefs are enjoying a fantastic season thus far, but anything can still happen in the title race.

Despite this, Mamelodi Sundowns mentor Pitso Mosimane decided to heap pressure on the log leaders, as he cited their huge lead on the PSL log.

Chiefs enjoy a ten-point lead over Sundowns and based on this, Mosimane feels that the Amakhosi are strong favourites.

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Mosimane said, “The league is for Chiefs to lose‚ I mean really."

TimesLIVE reported that the Downs mentor used the opportunity to add some more pressure on the Glamour Boys.

He added, "It is in your hands now but we haven’t given up and we are going for it because anything is possible.”

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The veteran tactician also explained that Chiefs still have some matches to play this season, against the likes of Bidvest Wits, Orlando Pirates and Sundowns themselves.

Indeed, Mosimane added that his team are capable of defeating Chiefs on enemy territory.

Sundowns have already won the Telkom Knockout and are technically still in the hunt for an unprecedented quadruple. However, Mosimane refused to entertain the discussion.

He added, “If I say no‚ Sundowns fans will be disappointed with me and say you are not ambitious‚ and if I say yes, you are a little bit arrogant and make people to sharpen their swords and knives.”

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on Mosimane's plea to Wits coach Gavin Hunt for his team to beat the Amakhosi.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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