Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Ntokozo Sikhakhane has shared his worst Soweto Derby experience as he predicts this Sunday's 100th derby.
Koloba who joined Chiefs in 2005 went down memory lane to look back at his first experience in a derby as a youngster coming from Durban and remembered on how Amakhosi senior players, namely, Jimmy Tau, Cyril Nzama and the late Shoes Moshoeu helped him to overcome nerves and pressure.
"My first experience was good because I had experience players around such as Jimmy Tau, Cyril Nzama, Scara Ngobese and Shoes who made things for me before the game.
"I remember Jimmy came to me before the game and said keep it simple make sure your first touch is good... those words made me feel better and build my confidence," said the former player.
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Sikhakhane said his worst memory was losing a derby and with Chiefs off-form right now, the 37-year-old believes his former team will cause an upset on Sunday.
"Worst memory I would say... losing that game in front of my home fans in KZN," he added.
"Despite their poor run, I feel they will beat Pirates."
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