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Title race not over, says Santos coach

By unknown | Apr 29, 2008 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Canaan Mdletshe

Canaan Mdletshe

Santos coach David Bright believes the title race is wide open and still far from over.

He was commenting after his team played to a 1-1 draw against Kaizer Chiefs at Kings Park Stadium in Durban on Saturday night. Their goal came from Tawonga Chimodzi in the 43rd minute.

"We are now four points behind SuperSport united, but that does not mean much of a difference. We came here looking for maximum points, but ended up with one.

"Our primary aim is the championship and I still maintain we are still on the race. Clearly, the race will be on until the last game," he said.

Mushin Ertugral criticised his players for taking too much time on the ball.

"You can't keep on passing the ball even when you are in front of goals, we need to take chances and shoot," he said.

Mokete Tsotetsi scored the equaliser for Amakhosi.

l Jimmy Kauleza and teammate Diyo Sibisi were the heroes for Free State Stars when they beat the visiting AmaZulu 2-0 in a Premiership match in Bethlehem on Saturday. Kauleza created both goals that were netted by Sibisi, the eventual man of the match.


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