Freese: We Are Aware Of Chiefs
MTN 8 defending Champions, Platinum Stars, will on Saturday face Kaizer Chiefs in the first leg of the MTN 8 semi-finals at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Stadium.
Dikwena coach, Allan Freese, told the Siya crew that there will be no excuses of fatigue or tiredness in this game. He said that almost all teams played midweek and have the same time frame to rest.
"Other teams played on Tuesday and we played on Wednesday together with Chiefs, and this should not give us any excuse on whether we are tired or not. We will not be going into the game as under dogs because Chiefs have watched us and we have watched them and we know each other. It will be a different game from the one we played against Mamelodi Sundowns in the first game.
"We have an idea as to which team Chiefs will possibly use and the same with us they have an idea as to which team we will use. It will be an interesting game and we should fight to defend the trophy we won last year," Freese explained.