Frosler: There’s No Easy Game
Posted: 1 October 2021
Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs FC travel to KwaZulu Natal this weekend to face a resurgent Amazulu FC side in the DSTV Premiership match up.
Chiefs, who are going into this game as underdogs, will need to battle it out for three points as their supporters begin to be grumpy.
The Phefeni Glamour Boys’ defender, speaks of how he feels after finally returning to the pitch, saying;
“I’ve been well, everything has been going well this week at training and we’re feeling good.
“It wasn’t an easy game, no team is easy to play against these days. It was a difficult game… not really difficult but we made it difficult for ourselves. I think personally I’m happy to be back on the field and getting some games.
On opponents Usuthu, the national Under 23 regular said;
“I haven’t seen much of them this season, but we know about AmaZulu is that they not a bad team, they play very well. I think they in the Champions League at the moment or preliminary rounds and that’s good for them, so it’s going to be an interesting game for us on Saturday afternoon,” he concluded.
Stuart William Baxter’s side find themselves on 14th spot on the log standings after four games, with the same number of games played.
Selebalo Karabo Phasha.