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Kaizer Chiefs coach Muhsin Ertugral is determined to continue where he left off.
While with Ajax Cape Town he won the Absa Cup last season, ironically with Moroka Swallows' head coach Ian Gorowa as his assistant. Now the two are on opposite sides.
Amakhosi host the Birds in the Telkom Knockout last 16 in what is expected to be a thrilling encounter at Loftus tomorrow in an 8pm kickoff.
Apart from the mouth-watering first prize of R4,25 million, the two sides' pride and prestige are at stake. Ertugral said it was going to be a tough game because everybody wants to win this contest.
" I wish to win a trophy for Chiefs although it will be an uphill struggle. Against Gorowa it's not going to be easy because he was my student at Ajax and probably knows my techniques.
Gorowa said: "The guys are gaining confidence and it is a plus for us, but they need to have composure inside the box to score goals."