South Africa praised their former boss and felt that Amakhosi would be very competitive under the returning coach.
Super Sport United coach Catano Tembo believes Stuart Baxter is going to replace the Kaiser Chiefs and make them a competitive force in the Premier Soccer League.
Tembo worked under Baxter at SuperSport United, and it is because of this working relationship that South Africa believe that the new Amakhosi coach will make changes to the finalists of the Kiev Champions League 2020/21.
“I’ve worked with him; I think I’m very much indebted to him for his growth and development as a coach. Sweeto Live..
“I know he’s going to replace the Chiefs. The Chiefs are going to be very competitive this season.
And the weather is going to be very interesting. I’m sure the chiefs will challenge for the league there and every cup game. So we look forward to a very exciting season. “
Tembo believes the new signing at Natrina is another reason to believe that the Soviet giants should be considered for the chance to win the league title. There are new recruits for Kegan Dolly, Cole Alexander, Cefiso Hlanti and Kigaolo Sekgota Chiefs.
“Chiefs have always been a big team and they’ve been in the market and brought in players to strengthen their squad in terms of quality – so obviously they’re going to be very competitive. Will challenge. ” Tambo added.
“So we did [SuperSport United] We have to make sure we stay within that group – which means we have to work a little harder.
Tembo’s review of the Chiefs came as Brendon Petersen praised his goal-keeping rivals Etomiling, Bruce Booma and Daniel Akpi and promised to work hard for the team.
“The friendship between the goalkeepers and the way they work together and move each other forward. It was an eye opener for me. It’s motivating me to work hard.” Patterson told the club’s website..
“We saw in the Kiev Champions League, with the Chief’s changes with the goalkeepers, they put in one and he performs. That’s something that makes me smile.
“I’m looking forward to building relationships with supporters and going out and representing them well.”