By Isaac Ndou
JOHANNESBURG: Kaizer Chiefs caretaker coach Patrick Mabedi has downplayed his team’s visit to Ajax Cape Town in their last game of the season.
Mabedi believes that their goal is to qualify for the Caf Confederations Cup but admits it won’t be easy in Cape Town.
Amakhosi comfortably shifted Maritzburg United from third position which Chiefs now occupy with two points superior to Maritzburg following their 2-0 victory and are in pole position to qualify for the Caf Confederations Cup at the end of the season.
“The win against Maritzburg will give us confidence going into the Ajax game. It’s out objective to fight for third position and qualifying for the African Confederation Cup.”
“But Ajax have a good side and they are fighting to survive relegation. We will plan to go out there. Be professional and do our job. It will be a tough game, but we are definitely eyeing third spot,” said Mabedi on the Club’s website.
Chiefs will play 15th placed Ajax Cape Town at the Cape Town Stadium on 12 May with kick off set for 15h00.