12.12.2019 09:56 am
Mosimane said he had been waiting for his turn to benefit from referee errors just like some teams in the Absa Premiership.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane’s side were awarded a penalty in their 3-1 win over Stellenbosch FC but in hindsight, referee Khulasande Qongqo got it wrong, as Themba Zwane was not touched by Mogamad De Goede when he went down in the box.
Maritzburg United coach Eric Tinkler believes his team should have won by a bigger margin in their shock victory over Kaizer Chiefs in the Telkom Knockout semifinals over the weekend.
Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has conceded that Maritzburg United were the deserved winners this past weekend.
“I scarified Kekana because we were 2-0 up and we took the risk of not going forward or playing well,” said Mosimane.
Kaizer Chiefs disappointed their fans by not reaching their final of the Telkom Knockout Cup.
Under Ernst Middendorp, Kaizer Chiefs have been built to be a unit that fights together with little space for individual brilliance.
Will Sundowns and Chiefs emerge victorious and make sure that the dream final comes true or will Arrows and Maritzburg make it a KZN derby final?
If Downs get past Arrows and Chiefs edge the Team of Choice in Soweto, Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana says it would be a great spectacle for both sets of supporters.
Tinkler said Amakhosi’s poor attendance record at the world famous World Cup final venue would have evened things out for his side.
Mokwena also accused Chiefs players of diving in reference to Bernard Parker’s penalty winning fall in the Soweto derby on November 9.
Abafana Bes’thende host Mamelodi Sundowns in the semifinals of the TKO at Clermont’s Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Kaizer Chiefs coach, Ernst Middendorp says players that are already thinking ahead to the final of the Telkom Knockout will not be in his team when they play Maritzburg United in the semifinals on Sunday.
Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana says whatever is going on is not affecting the players.
Kaizer Chiefs’ utility player, Bernard Parker says the Fifa break came at the right time for them as they needed a little breather after a heavy schedule.