Molangoane: What Kaizer Chiefs should do to win trophies again

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Molangoane is hoping to start winning trophies with the Glamour Boys in the new season, saying they have a team capable of achieving just that

Kaizer Chiefs winger Joseph Molangoane is optimistic about the club's chances of winning silverware in the upcoming season. 

The 29-year-old joined Amakhosi towards the end of 2016, and despite being one of the consistent performers for Steve Komphela's team, his contribution wasn't enough to at least help the club win trophies.  

"It is a new season. Things can change and I hope everything goes well this season. We have a good team. It is just that last season we were unfortunate and we lost games that we shouldn’t have lost, but I think we have learnt from that," Molangoane told the media. 

According to Molangoane, one of the lessons the team learnt last season was to bury their chances and defend as a unit. 

"When we get opportunities we should score, defend well and everything will go well. It has been two seasons without anything. So, I think everyone needs to be hungry, especially knowing that this is a team of winners," he said. 

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Molangoane confessed that he has never won a gold medal as professional footballer, but he is aiming high in the upcoming season. 

"In my career I don’t have a gold medal, I only have silver. So, clearly that means I have to work twice as hard so that I can get silverware," said Molangoane.

"For me, personally, I would love to win all the Cups this season. It was not nice last season and the guys that have spent most of their time at Chiefs know how it feels. So, I just want to taste how winning trophies feels," added the former Orlando Pirates attacker. 

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