Kaizer Chiefs have enough depth to win the league according to Joseph Molangoane
Posted: 19 February 2017 Time: 13:18
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Joseph Molangoane believes the club has the muscle to hold on long enough to eventually be crowned champions at the end of the season.
Chiefs moved top of the log after Saturday evening’s win over Highlands Park and will be guaranteed of that place until Wednesday when Bidvest Wits host Baroka.
Though they have played more games than fellow title challengers Wits, SuperSport United and Mamelodi Sundowns – Amakhosi will take comfort from the knowledge that they already have the points in the bag.
“I think we have the depth to win the league. But it is a marathon that we have to run by treating every game as it comes. I still think we have the depth to win the league,” states the man who has been ever present in the Chiefs team since making his debut in December.
In the games that Molangoane has played in Chiefs colours he has shown glimpses of just how useful he is as an attacking midfielder down the wings.
He has also proven to be a lucky charm with Amakhosi winning six and drawing one in the seven games that the club has played since he arrived.
“I think I can still do better. I have to score more goals. It is nice when you get into a team and the team is winning. To get into a team that is winning and getting points is better than coming into a team that is losing,” he says.
Next up for Chiefs is Ajax Cape Town next Saturday then the Soweto derby against Orlando Pirates after which the countdown of the last 10 games starts.