Kaizer Chiefs suffer yet ANOTHER blow ahead of final game!

Kaizer Chiefs injuries woes do not seem to be abating at all, with a new name added to the list.

Chiefs are struggling to get victories on the field, and couldn’t even give a proper goodbye to their home fans. 

This in a 0-0 draw, which was also an occasion used to pay tribute to their long-serving keeper Itumeleng Khune. This Khune tribute took place before Chiefs’ last home game of the season, against Polokwane City at the FNB Stadium

Chiefs looking to end season positively

With Chiefs still having a lot to play for, with regards to securing their top eight hopes, they didn’t deliver. Three points would’ve been the order of the day, but in the end they had to settle for a point, which keeps them in eighth going to the last day. It would not just be a watching brief for Khune, though as he ended up coming on to make his fifth appearance of the season,  off the bench. 

Now having failed to win that game, Chiefs will travel to already relegated Cape Town Spurs on Saturday. As this will be their last game of the season, they will be looking to get maximum points. This not only to secure their place in the MTN8, but to give their fans something to cheer about. They have had very little of that over the course of the season. 

Solomons injury blow

Now heading into that game against Spurs, Chiefs have been dealt yet another injury blow. This time to versatile star Dillan Solomons

Solomons spent most of the season on the peripheries of the Chiefs match day squads. In the end, he only amassed 15 appearances across all competitions. In an Instagram post, he seemed to confirm an injury that will rule him out until next season. He captioned the post saying: “Not the perfect ending to my season, but looking forward to coming back stronger and God’s timing is the best timing”. 

The game between Chiefs and Spurs is set to KickOff at 15h00 on Saturday.