Kaizer Chiefs former head coach Gavin Hunt takes clash between his team Chippa United and Sundowns will be an Unfair fight
Hunt had good opening on 1st league game where he won 1-0 against New Promoted team Sekhukhune Football Club
He believes that Sundowns ain't in his league compared to their squad and his, he said, their opponents will be strong favourites at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
" it's bit unfair isn't? Look and their squad and look to ours again, but it's not like we're not going to fight No we'll fight and bring our best to the match" he said
" They are far better than us but we will be committed and that's all I can ask of the players. We will be organised and we'll have a go, and you never know."
Besides the unfair challenge that lies in wait for Hunt and his side, the 57-year-old was still able to draw positives from his side's opening day victory, which came as a result of a solitary goal from defender Veluyeke Zulu.
🗣"We certainly were the better team, we had the ball a lot, good possession of the ball when we wanted to and then we had to defend, we defended, so that was a good sign." Mentioning the match he won against Sekhukhune United