Following the assured 3-1 win at Chippa United last Saturday, Amakhosi are now 13 points behind Sundowns, including two games in hand.
This means that Kaizer Chiefs could possibly reduce Sundowns’ lead to seven points, before also facing Kabo Yellow on 8 May at the FNB Stadium.
What is Baxter thinking then? Or what is he willing to say to the media?
“We’re chasing the best position we can get, that’s what we’re chasing,” Baxter said via The Sowetan.
“We don’t know how high we can finish but what I do know is that if we keep on playing properly and keep winning, we’ll be in a good place in the end,” the former SuperSport United and Bafana Bafana coach added.
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GAVIN HUNT NAMES AMAKHOSI’S MOST PROMISING YOUNGSTERS
The subject is Kaizer Chiefs’ development products again. The club’s former coach Gavin Hunt has named a few youngsters who caught his eye at Naturena.
Gavin Hunt’s short-lived time at Amakhosi was marked by a string of young players making their senior team debuts.
The former Hellenic, Black Leopards, Moroka Swallows, SuperSport United, Bidvest Wits and Chippa United coach has been around long enough to know a good young man when he sees one. Read the full story here.