Kaizer Chiefs are looking to redeem the club's fortunes on the pitch in 2014/15, after a recently concluded season in which Stuart Baxter's men weren't able to win any major honours.
Perhaps the most dissapointing aspect of the campaign was failing to defend their PSL crown, which they surrendered to Mamelodi Sundowns by two points. Chiefs' failure in the cup competitions was also something which undoubtedly distressed the Amakhosi faithful.
Nonetheless, the club are confident of redeeming their fortunes when the new season eventually gets underway. Glamour Boys central midfielder, George Maluleka, believes the players owe this to the fans in a big way.
He told Soccer Laduma in edition 874, "Despite not winning anything this (past) season, the fans showed their support for the team and we're very thankful for that. That's what I like about football - if you don't do well in one game there is always the next game to redeem yourself. So next season will be a different ball-game, and hopefully we'll bounce back and redeem ourselves."
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