Cape Town City forward Lehlohonolo Majoro fires Kaizer Chiefs warning
Posted: 13 September 2017 Time: 16:45
Cape Town City striker Lehlohonolo Majoro has set his sights on continuing their winning momentum when they take on his former club Kaizer Chiefs tonight.
The Citizens welcome Amakhosi to Cape Town Stadium on the back of a five-match winning run in all competitions, with their opponents yet to register their first victory of the season.
Majoro faces a spell in which two of his ex-employers lie in wait, with a trip to Orlando Pirates also approaching next week Tuesday.
However, the experienced frontman is fully focused on doing away with Steve Komphela’s side to preserve his team's 100 percent record.
“I take it one game at a time, so the main focus now is Kaizer Chiefs because we play them on Wednesday,” Majoro tells KickOff.com.
“We all know Chiefs is a big team, and a team that can play football, even though they have been unfortunate with not winning or doing as well as we all expect them to.
“They are going to come here to reclaim their glory and get back to winning ways, but we won’t allow that to happen at our expense.
“We must continue our great form and continue working hard as a team, because what works for us is that we work for one another.
“The Chiefs game will be no different, so we must just plan nicely and give them the respect they deserve, but at the same time we must continue our winning streak."
The 31-year-old former AmaZulu sharpshooter believes the experience of big-match players like Teko Modise and Ayanda Patosi will be key to their charge for victory against the Glamour Boys.
“I must say we have quite the experience in our team, even though we might be referred to as a ‘small’ club,” defends ‘Major’.
"But if you look at the personnel within our team, it’s mostly experienced guys that have been there and once played for the big clubs, so it’s a very motivating aspect.
“As a player, when you have such quality within your team, it motivates you to also do well.
"I believe the likes of Teko, Patosi, Robyn [Johannes] at the back, Shu-aib [Walters] – I can name them – they all motivate you as a player because you know you’ve got soldiers with you on the field."