Goal speaks with the Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt about the outcome of the MTN 8 semi-final draw and their chances now that they have avoided both Chiefs and Pirates
By Ernest Makhaya
Wits will play host to Dikwena in the first leg of this year’s competition, and Hunt says he is looking forward to a great game of football.
“It’s a good draw for us. I think we would have drawn any of the three teams. Platinum Stars is going to give us a tough game, but we are looking forward to it,” Hunt told Goal.
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Hunt has set his sights on the MTN 8 trophy with the Clever Boys having failed to win it while at SuperSport United in the past six years, and he believes Wits stand a good chance of lifting the trophy this season.
“I have been to too many semi-finals as a coach with SuperSport United and this is a chance for me to go all the way to the final [of MTN 8].