Chippa aims to bounce back from Bucs’ loss

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Chippa United are still confident of finishing in the top eight of the Absa Premiership despite going down 4-2 to Orlando Pirates at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Sunday.

Since their famous win over Kaizer Chiefs in December, Chippa have not recorded a single victory in their last six games.

The loss against Pirates was their second at home this season. With eight matches to go, Chippa have slipped to ninth on the log.

Coach, Teboho Moloi says his team will bounce back after this loss.

“If we get two wins then we are moving away from the other pack that is in our circle or below us. So like I said this is the time we have to show our mettle, we have to show the pedigree we made of and try to move away from there. But the boys know what is expected from them.”

Moloi says they lost to Pirates due to their mistakes.