After their loss to Platinum Stars on Wednesday night, their second in a row, Kaizer Chiefs head coach Steve Komphela's post-match interview was that of an angry man. He even said, "This is nonsense", referring to the way the team performed.
It is Thursday once again, and as usual Supporters Club throws back. Today, we take you down memory lane to the 1992 Coca-Cola Cup quarter-final between the two Soweto giants, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
For the first time in Bidvest Wits' history, they secured the ABSA Premiership league title after they recorded a 2-0 win in their penultimate match of the season against Polokwane City. With fellow title contenders Mamelodi Sundowns drawing 2-2 against Maritzburg United on the same night, the win for the Students sent them four points clear at the top of the log.
Mamelodi Sundowns currently have some of their players loaned out at various clubs in the PSL and the NFD. The Chloorkop club is not only fighting against Bidvest Wits for the league title, but their players Cuthbert Malajila and Mogakolodi Ngele are currently based with the Braamfontein team.
Orlando Pirates will take on Ajax Cape Town in a league encounter at Orlando Stadium tonight. The Buccaneers are currently 10th on the log with 32 points, and will want to beat the Urban Warriors, who are eighth with 35 points, to hold on to their hopes of making it into the top eight.