Middendorp happy with Chiefs’ progress

“It is a long way to go and we are aware there will be little ups and downs but in the end it is about the progression over the long season,” said Middendorp.

Wasted chances meant Kaizer Chiefs lost out on collecting three points after drawing 1-1 with SuperSport United at the FNB Stadium on Saturday evening but there were positives that gave coach Ernst Middendorp hope about his team's progression.

Middendorp happy with Chiefs’ progress

Middendorp happy with Chiefs’ progress

“It is a long way to go and we are aware there will be little ups and downs but in the end it is about the progression over the long season,” said Middendorp.

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Klopp hails ‘amazing’ Salah as Liverpool down Arsenal

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