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Igesund's future in the balance

By unknown | Jan 23, 2009 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Bongani Magasela

Bongani Magasela

Birthday celebrations should spur Kaizer Chiefs on to victory against Maritzburg United in an Absa Premiership match at Olympia Park Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

AmaKhosi, who turned 39 on January 7, still have to win a game at this Rusteburg, North West, ground where they have lost and drawn twice previously.

Their new recruit Abia Nale could be the man to watch. But the Glamour Boys, as the black-and- gold outfit were affectionately known during the times of bell bottom pants and Afro hairstyles, will want nothing but victory this time around.

A win will cause pandemonium at the top of the log where Chiefs are currently placed fifth.

Third- and fourth-placed Lamontville Golden Arrows and Orlando Pirates are on the same number of points at 26 as Chiefs but are above on goal difference.

Chiefs' match with United should provide fireworks on the pitch because the latter will be expected to play as if their lives depended on the game- well their livelihood do.

United are lying second from the bottom and have won only four of their 17 matches with nine losses and four draws.

Defeat could see coach Gordon Igesund join the long list of jobless professionals after his club chairman told him to win or else...


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