Chiefs warned of 'strongest ever' TTM


Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila coach Joel Masutha is confident his team will show up strongly when they take on Kaizer Chiefs today.

TTM are yet to win a match this year after only securing one victory since their arrival in the DStv Premiership this season.

The Limpopo-based side are currently facing several problems off the field with issues of unpaid salaries, among other things.

However, despite the club's instability, Masutha has pulled out a defiant pose and displayed confidence of a good showing against Amakhosi at FNB Stadium today (17h00).

"It's going to be a crucial match looking at the position where we are. We haven't done well so far and so obviously the pressure is mounting, we need to show up," he told the media.

"I was happy with the commitment of the boys when we played against [Golden] Arrows, especially when the team was 10 against 11. We showed a lot of fight. We showed the will to get the result. Unfortunately we couldn't get it.

"We have to do it the hard way against a rejuvenated Kaizer Chiefs who have won two games in a row. We are going to field the strongest team that ever played this year in 2021. The team is more balanced.

"Tactically we will be much more organised and better, the offence will be stronger than in the last four games. We feel we have a chance of getting a result against Kaizer Chiefs."

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