Mama Joy Chauke expecting another Orlando Pirates win against Kaizer Chiefs

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The Bucs supporter is adamant Amakhosi will not emerge as victors on Saturday afternoon at the FNB Stadium

Orlando Pirates supporter Mama Joy Chauke says they are looking to secure their third win in a row against Kaizer Chiefs in all competitions this season when the two teams meet at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.

“I am sure there will be an unveiling because we have been attending so many funerals at the FNB Stadium,” Chauke told Goal.

“We are looking for our third win in a row against Chiefs on Saturday. I want them to respect us as Pirates, we are a big club in the country and in Africa,” she said.

“They cannot afford to disrespect us and we will make history again. We don’t care about their coaches as they say they have a new coach and we will not beat them,” explained the staunch supporter.

“We know (Ernst) Middendorp is a good coach and we respect that, but he is the coach whom they also called ‘Middendraw’. We know we will beat Chiefs and they will fire him soon just like what happened to (Giovanni) Solinas,” she reacted.

Chauke feels that Bucs attackers Vincent Pule, Thembinkosi Lorch and Augustine Mulenga will cause havoc for Amakhosi.

“We have the best players in the PSL. We have Lorch, Mulenga and Pule and I don’t see anyone, who can mark them at Chiefs,” she continued.

“We all know the way from Soweto to Johannesburg is going through Booysens (Mario Booysen). They don’t have the big players and their Booysen will see stars on Saturday,” she responded.

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“We will secure a 2-1 win against Chiefs and we are not greedy. We won't score so many goals. We know their fans will not leave the stadium until the end of the match because they will believe they can score an equalizer, but they will just lose,” said Chauke.

“We have to win this one, but to be honest we don’t care about the league. We want the big one in Africa, we believe in making history,” she added.

“We want to be the first South African club to win the Caf Champions League tournament twice. They are used to us beating them and I am sure they will come expecting us to beat and destroy them,” she concluded.

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