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Ntseki Sends Message To His Critics

Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki has sent a message to his critics after beating Cape Town City 2-1 in the MTN8 quarter-final.

Amakhosi became the third team to book their ticket for the semi-finals following Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates.

Chiefs needed an injury-time winner by Edson Castillo to turn the game around after Ashley Du Preez had equalised Marc Van Heerden’s early goal for the hosts.

The result put smiles on the faces of the club’s fans, while Ntseki was also visibly upbeat after the game.

“I need to thank the management and the board of the club because the appointment was made mainly to have a need of continuation in terms of the tactical plan of the club,”

“By the way I was the Head of Technical and reports were presented and we realised that there were certain areas that we needed to work on.

“There was a lot of noise about other coaches coming to Kaizer Chiefs and the club never said anything about anybody coming to the club.

“It was the plan from the club to have somebody from within so that we can continue with our technical team.

“As for the public and anybody who had questions about me, I’ve said and I’m saying it again it is normal. In South Africa you are declared useless before you’re even born and I think it’s a process you need to understand.

“When you are carried for nine months there is a respect and belief that whoever is going to be born on this earth you will have a big contribution to make.

“I think the most important thing is for me to say, thank you to the supporters, thank you to the club, thank you to the chairman to have given me this opportunity to come to the club and the support I’m getting from everybody, including the technical team.”

David Kappel
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