Amakhosi Make Progress In Youth Ranks
Kaizer Chiefs are making progress in their youth ranks as they prepare for future Amakhosi generations, and this weekend will see their U13s and U15s in action.
The Absa Premiership season may be over, but things don’t stop with the Amakhosi as their focus turns to their youth ranks, with their youngsters in action this weekend against a SuperSport United side that have an impressive track record with youngsters.
The game will be played at Sacred Heart College in Observatory in Johannesburg, and Ace Khuse, the coach of the U15s is optimistic.
He told the club’s official website, “It’s a great tournament to participate in… It’s for the first time that we have Under-13s and Under-15s, which will help the upper youth sides in the future, as we now have adequate time to develop the players from a young age. This also means that we have more time to get the youngsters ready for the first team, which bodes well for the future.”
“It all depends on how you play and how hungry you are as a team, we want to make our mark.”
The matches of the U-13s and U17s will kick-off at 09h00, while the U15s will start at 10h30 and the U19s get underway at around 11h15.