Keagan Dolly says Kaizer Chiefs must “not dwell on the past”

Kaizer Chiefs attacker Keagan Dolly wants his teammates to dig deep to turn their woeful season around.

The struggling DStv Premiership side most recently lost 1-0 to AmaZulu in the Carling Knockout Cup – a result that saw under-fire head coach Molefi Ntseki sacked.

He has been replaced by interim boss Cavin Johnson, with their next clash against an in-form Golden Arrows on Saturday before a must win encounter against a Cape Town Spurs side who are yet to win a game this campaign, on Wednesday.

Dolly has only just made a return to the side after being sidelined with injury, and is determined to help his team turn the corner.

The player said in the Citizen: “It has been a tough week for the club.

“Obviously we are disappointed from our last game and not qualifying for the next round of the Carling Cup, but I think this is an important weekend for us.

“We have to come back and not dwell on the past. If we can win this weekend we can change our mindset and start winning.”

Dolly added: “For us as players, we have to do our job, which is to win, to get results for the club, and for ourselves to build confidence for the rest of the season.

“I feel there is still a long way to go, and that’s why I think this weekend is very important because a win can give us momentum for the remainder of the season.”