Chiefs upbeat about title chances

TOUGH BATTLE: Mochudi Centre Chiefs (in black) emerged victorious against Matebejana to keep their promotion dream alive PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
TOUGH BATTLE: Mochudi Centre Chiefs (in black) emerged victorious against Matebejana to keep their promotion dream alive PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

MMOPANE: Mochudi Centre Chiefs are upbeat about title chances following the 1-0 win over Matebejana on Saturday afternoon.

The two teams met in a Debswana First Division South (DFDS) league tie played at the Holy Ghost Park. Chiefs are on the fourth position and remain five points behind leaders Matebele with just seven rounds of league games to be played.

Assistant coach, Mopholosi ‘Afcon’ Reaitsanye believes his side is very much into the title race. Reaitsanye is motivated by the remaining fixtures which includes contests against the top three teams in the DFDS log.

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