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Baxter: It Will Be Challenging

In his first season with Kaizer Chiefs, coach Stuart Baxter led the team to a league and Nedbank Cup double winning campaign. Amakhosi clinched the cup less than a week ago, however Baxter is already planning for next season. 

Talking to the Siya crew after the team visited their title sponsors, Vodacom, at Vodaworld in Midrand (Johannesburg), the former Bafana Bafana coach said that as a team they will need to work hard during their pre-season.

 

“We worked well together as a team, and the support from the management. We need to continue working hard in pre-season so that we can continue from where we left off in the just ended season. 

 

“We have to work hard and prepare very well for the new season. It will be more challenging that the just ended one as we have to defend the trophies that we have won and work on winning even more next season,” Baxter said. 

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