Chiefs hoping to end 2014/15 Premier League with record points
Kaizer Chiefs are hoping to end their 2014 ABSA Premier Soccer League (PSL) season on a high, when they face Black Aces at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.
Chiefs have recorded their 13th victory of the league when they beat Free State Stars 2-1 earlier this week.
Amakhosi have three more opponents to face for the Premier league, which are, Bloemfontein Celtic, SuperSport United as well as Ajax Cape Town.
Chiefs are currently sitting on top of the log with 43 points, after playing 17 matches.
Retired Chiefs midfielder, Robson ‘Zumara’ Muchichwa, believes that his former team will not only win the Premier league, but they will also break the 65 point winning record, currently held by Mamelodi Sundowns.
“Chiefs will definitely set a new points record this season,” Muchichwa said.
“At the rate at which Chiefs are cruising, you are definitely tempted to look beyond them just finishing as champions. They will set new records all over,” he added.
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