Kaizer Chiefs have proved to be a very difficult team to break down and five clean sheets in their last five Absa Premiership matches support that statement.
Kaizer Chiefs need to be stopped! That’s the word coming from Orlando Pirates head coach Rhulani Mokwena as he looks forward to round two of the Soweto derby at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.
Orlando Pirates head coach Rhulani Mokwena has chop and changed his midfield in the past two months but one of the constant features in the heart of the midfield has been Fortune Makaringe.
Refereeing decisions were again the subject of hot debate this past weekend after the man with the whistle in the Soweto derby, Jelly Chavani, made some contentious calls.
For the next seven days, South African football fans will be treated to a double dose of Soweto derby as archrivals Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates will be battling it out in the Telkom Knockout quarterfinal on Saturday in Durban and in the next weekend.