Kaizer Chiefs

Cavin Johnson, coach of AmaZulu reacts during the Absa Premiership 2019/20 Highlands Park and AmaZulu at Ulwazi Centre MultiChoice City, Johannesburg. Photo: Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

CONFIRMED: Four Kaizer Chiefs stars to miss City clash!

Cavin Johnson will be without the services of four key Kaizer Chiefs players for his side’s clash against Polokwane City

Kaizer Chiefs

Cavin Johnson, coach of AmaZulu reacts during the Absa Premiership 2019/20 Highlands Park and AmaZulu at Ulwazi Centre MultiChoice City, Johannesburg. Photo: Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

Kaizer Chiefs return to DStv Premiership action this afternoon when they travel to the Peter Mokaba Stadium to face Polokwane City.

The Glamour Boys enjoyed a two-week long break following their victory over Swallows FC which lifted them to 8th on the log standings.

Polokwane City on the other hand have dropped to 10th on the log standings after going five league matches without a victory.

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Four Kaizer Chiefs players to miss City clash

Cavin Johnson will be without Keagan Dolly, Ashley Du Preez and Thatayaone Ditlhokwe through injury.

Club captain Itumeleng Khune also won’t play any part in today’s action after he was suspended by the club.

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Action at the Peter Mokaba Stadium gets underway at 15:30. The match will be televised live on SABC 1 and SuperSport PSL.

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We have enough quality – Johnson

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“Look I think we have enough quality in the team, I just think they have not been given enough opportunities as individuals and I think the way we assess them, or the way we analyse them as part of the Chiefs family,” Johnson told iDiskiTimes

“I think that needs to be a little better between myself and my coaching staff. Because then we can give them more, they can be more positive towards themselves.

“If you did come to Kaizer Chiefs as an average player, then we will make you a better player. I think we need to get in their skin right now and there are good players.”

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