Kaizer Chiefs winger, George Lebese, is looking to reward coach, Steve Komphela, for his hard work by helping the Amakhosi clinch the MTN8 title.
Komphela took over from former coach, Stuart Baxter, during the off season. The Englishman helped Chiefs to two league and cup doubles in his highly successful three-year spell at the club.
Komphela will be hoping to lift the MTN8 cup on Saturday and firmly establish that he was the correct choice to fill the shoes of Baxter.
Lebese has thrown his weight behind the new Amakhosi mentor indicating that it is important for the Naturena-based outfit to continue their trend of winning trophies under Komphela.
“Coach Steve is great and a good person. It would be nice to reward him for his hard work. You also know it is Chiefs’ culture to keep winning trophies. We want to continue with that culture as a team,” Lebese told Soccer Laduma.
Chiefs take on Ajax Cape Town in the final on Saturday at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, with proceedings getting underway from 15h00.
What are your predictions for the game? Do you think Lebese will be on the scoresheet and continue his goalscoring form?