Chippa United’s Ryan Rae says the team is feeling positive going into their game against AmaZulu this weekend.
The two DSTV Premiership sides meet on Sunday at Kings Park Stadium, in a game that will officially be Benni McCarthy’s first in charge of Usuthu.
Chippa are currently 14th on the table, AmaZulu are 12th and both team have struggled to get results, despite some promising performances.
“(AmaZulu) are also a team struggling for points and the wins. It’s going to be a very interesting game for the two teams to go into that, and see how we can get the three points,” Ryan Rae said in the build-up to the game.
“The team is very positive at the moment, the camp is very positive to get the three points, and we want to end the year on a very good note.”
“We just want to be able to compete and do our best. We feel we have a very good team, a good mix of youth and experience, and we want to be able to finish the league in the best possible position.”
“We haven’t had the best results but that’s not due to the lack of coaching or tactics, or the lack of personnel, I feel we’ve just been unlucky in scoring goals, and a lack of concentration one time in the match cost us a few goals.”
“2020 wasn’t a good year for a lot of people, but hopefully we can end it on a positive note for Chippa United.”