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Malesela – Chiefs A ‘Very Beatable Team’

Marumo Gallants coach Dan ‘Dance’ Malesela was furious with his side after they lost to a “very beatable” Kaizer Chiefs team on Tuesday.

Gallants entered the game on a high after booking their ticket for the Nedbank Cup final, where they will face Mamelodi Sundowns later this month.



However, Malesela stated that this success may have distracted some of his players and they forgot to their homework on the pitch against an Amakhosi side, who came into the team on the back of four successive defeats.

“A game of so many errors, we’ve never played like this before. This is our worst performance ever,” he told SuperSport TV after the match.

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“No disrespect, but against what looks like a very beatable team and then we can’t pass, we can’t track, our choices are bad. I don’t think there is much we did right, defending also very shaky. 

“I’m trying to move away from this thing, when you’re qualifying for a final, you know what happens, but I thought our players are stronger than that and we spoke and we emphasised that we cannot be carried away by just getting to a final. We’ve got to prepare ourselves for the final and win matches.

“If this is the preparation that we’re making, then we’re in big trouble.” 

The defeat left Gallants in 11th spot on the log, six points behind the top eight but also eight points clear off the the relegation playoff spot.



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