Junior Khanye expects his former club Kaizer Chiefs to lose to Moroka Swallows on Saturday.

The two teams face each other in a Soweto Derby on Saturday evening.

Amakhosi come into the game having been embarrassed by Milford FC last weekend.

They face a struggling Swallows side that has lost many of its players but former Kaizer Chiefs winger says that won’t give the Glamour Boys an advantage.

‘In terms of quality, Kaizer Chiefs and Milford are equals’ – Khanye

“Let me start with Swallows, they have so many problems..I saw Musa[Nyatama] is back, he is from my home town,” Khanye told iDiski TV.

“He[Nyatama] is back at the hot seat, they lost so many players and I’m not sure which team they are going to field. It’s going to be difficult for them to start the second half of the season with new players.

Khanye says Nyatama is faced with the challenge of coaching unhappy players given Swallows’ financial situation.

Khanye not giving Kaizer Chiefs a chance in the Soweto Derby

“Kaizer Chiefs are under pressure while Swallows are underdogs coming into this game but come without no pressure.

I’ll give Swallows this game, they are highly motivated. If Milford, a Motsepe Foundation Championship side can beat Kaizer Chiefs, Swallows can also believe that can win as they play in the DStv Premiership,” said Khanye.

“There is no team at the moment that has any fear for Kaizer Chiefs, it’s proven on the field, numbers don’t lie.”

Amakhosi looking to get back to winning ways

Khanye said the majority of Chiefs players were ordinary hence they struggled to beat a National First Division team.

“Between Kaizer Chiefs and Milford, there’s no difference in terms of player quality.

“You can bring in whoever(but wouldn’t have made a difference). The reason I blame Johnson is because he said he doesn’t need players(during the January transfer window),” he said.



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