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Broos backs Sundowns, takes another swipe at Chiefs?

Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos has taken another swipe at Kaizer Chiefs suggesting they are weaker opponents compared to Mamelodi Sundowns.

Broos is known for his controversial statements to the media and he has just tipped Sundowns to win their seventh DStv Premiership title. in a row

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The Belgian was speaking on SABC after announcing his Bafana squad that will face Eswatini and Cote d’Ivoire this month.

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Broos said Sundowns can win the league and challenge for CAF Champions League but losing it in the semi-final was because local clubs don’t offer good competition for Masandawana.

BROOS TAKES ANOTHER SWIPE AT CHIEFS, BACKS SUNDOWNS

In his squad, the former Cameroon manager selected only aoneplayer from Chiefs and overlooked the likes of Given Msimango.

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“I think we will have the same season like the one before, and the one before that, Sundowns will be champions,” said Broos per Phakaaathi.

Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos has taken another swipe at Kaizer Chiefs. Image Source: @KaizerChiefs/Twitter)
Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos has taken another swipe at Kaizer Chiefs. Image Source: @KaizerChiefs/Twitter)

“They (Sundowns) have won every game. When I see Chiefs and Pirates, they normally have to be the biggest opponent and this is not what we expect from those teams. So yes, the quality of the PSL has not increased. It has stayed the same.

“Sundowns are dominating and others are trying to follow but they can’t. This is not good for South African football. It is not even good for Sundowns.”

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The first fixture against the Southern Africans will be played at Orlando Stadium on October 13 before travelling to face the Ivorians four days later.

BROOS ON LOCAL OPPONENTS FOR SUNDOWNS

With Rulani Mokwena failing to reach the final of the lucrative interclub tournament, Broos now believes it’s because of a lack of competitive opponents for Sundowns.

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“Sundowns were in the quarterfinals of the Champions League two years ago and the semifinals last year,” said Broos.

“One of the reasons they can’t go to the final is because the opponents they play every week (in SA) are not strong enough.”

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