Siphiwe Tshabalala describes Kaizer Chiefs' situation as painful

ShareClose Comments
A top three finish is still a realistic target for Amakhosi, and Shabba has urged his teammates to win the remaining matches to achieve that goal

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala has confessed that the entire team is not feeling too well following another barren season. 

The Glamour Boys will finish the current campaign without a major trophy in their cabinet, meaning they have not won silverware since Stuart Baxter left the club in 2015. 

However, Shabba said there are lessons to be learnt from their painful situation, saying the aim is to come back stronger in the new season.  

The 32-year-old is aware that the final league matches will still be crucial in ensuring that they end the season on a high note.  

Article continues below

"It's not a great feeling. Certainly it's part of the journey, there are lessons to be learnt from a painful situation," Tshabalala told the media. 

"At the moment we just have to focus on the last three games and make sure we win the last three games, and reflect on where we went wrong and what we did right, and prepare and come back much stronger, much wiser and deadlier," added Shabba. 

Chiefs have had a slightly improved season compared to Steve Komphela's first year at the club, where they ended the 2015/16 campaign with 45 points from 30 league games. 

Next article:
Sarri has same intensity and mentality as Guardiola - Pedro
Next article:
African All Stars Transfer News & Rumours: Alex Iwobi to sign new Arsenal deal
Next article:
India U-16 fall prey to more late goals in loss against Malaysia U-16
Next article:
Parma get Serie A points deduction and striker Calaio banned for match-fixing attempt
Next article:
Bellerin shows support for Ozil after Germany retirement

We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our privacy policy.

Show more Accept