As Kaizer Chiefs prepare to host Mamelodi Sundowns in the DStv Premiership, the final call on whether there will be a guard of honour or not will come from the offices at Naturena.
Sundowns claimed their fifth consecutive Premiership title with four matches to spare, wrapping it up with a draw at home to Cape Town City. Sekhukhune United gave Sundowns a guard of honour at Ellis Park on Tuesday evening and it remains to be seen if Amakhosi will give the Tshwane giants the same treatment when they lock horns at FNB Stadium on Sunday evening.
According to former Sundowns player Keagan Dolly, the Chiefs players will wait to hear from management about the guard of honour.
"The guard of honour is not for us as players, you know. The office will handle that and we will listen to what the office tells us to do as players. For us, it's not to focus on that. It's to focus on the game and do the best that we can on the day and just try to win the game, Dolly told media in a press conference ahead of Sunday's encounter.
"Obviously they are in good spirits. They won the league, but for us it's not to focus on Sundowns or whatever happens outside the field. It's just to give a good performance and get the maximum points."
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