Not too bad, but not too good… That seems to be the general consensus about the match on Tuesday night between Mpumalanga Black Aces and Kaizer Chiefs. Another winless week, but at least it's not a loss. What can Chiefs do to convert their half chances into goals?
"Considering how we've been playing, I'm satisfied, there is light at the end of the tunnel," Amakhosi supporter Anthony Ndou reckoned.
"We haven't scored in a month, so at least we are doing that again.
"As long as Twala is on the right, we will be fine. We need Shabba in his place and Twala in his, the right shoe must be on the right foot and the left on the left.
"The only issue is that we need quality strikers on the end of those Twala crosses.
"Then, I'm telling you, we will score many goals."
Anthony also made a plea to Erick Mathoho to stop taking "rugby kicks" in front of the goals, revealing that he sent him a message this morning imploring his "homeboy" to hit the target if he was going to be poaching in the box.
What do you think of Kaizer Chiefs performance on Tuesday night? Is there light at the end of the tunnel?