Daine Klate Targets DStv Premiership Title Victory With Chippa United
- New Chippa United head coach Daine Klate is showing ambition on a gigantic scale
- He hopes to win the DStv Premiership title with the Chilli Boys in what be a monumental upset
- The league is in the middle of a stranglehold by Mamelodi Sundowns, who have won five titles in a row
Daine Klate has a bold ambition about where he wants to take Chippa United as a coach.
He hopes to take the Chilli Boys to DStv Premiership glory. This is as Mamelodi Sundowns completely dominates the league, having won the last five titles.
According to The Citizen, the legendary former SuperSport United and Orlando Pirates player said:
“I want to win the league, that’s where I want to end up. We are doing this to win. If you ask me where I want to end up at the end of the season, I will tell you that I want to be number one, that’s my mentality.
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“The game has to take its course. All we need to do is to be better than last season, whether we win a trophy or not, but it must be better than last season. The points that we had had to be better and I am one of those people who look at the matches won column and I feel we have to do more.
Klaite is one of the most decorated South African footballers in history. He won the league title three times with SuperSport United, twice with Orlando Pirates and once with the now-defunct Bidvest Wits during his playing days.
Supersport United goalkeeper Ricardo Goss punches Chippa United's Ronald Pfumbidzai; gets red carded
If the opening weekend of the 2022/23 DStv Premiership season is anything to go by, we are all in for a bumpy ride.
As reported by Sports Brief, SuperSport United goalkeeper Ricardo Goss was shown a straight red card after punching Chippa United defender Ronald Pfumbidzai at the end of the match that ended in a one-all draw.
Pfumbidzai, a Zimbabwean international, put the Chilli Boys into a 17th-minute lead, before Bradley Grobbelaar levelled matters in the 63rd minute. R