By Sports Reporter
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande has admitted that the prospect of winning a major trophy is a huge incentive for a player his age.
“We are coming to the end of our careers and we want to enjoy our game, so if you win the big [one] like this one, you will say, ‘Wow, I did it’,” Katsande told Zimbabwean newspaper Sunday Mail.
“The club hasn’t been there; it’s the first time and I am part and parcel of the group. I am blessed. It’s not all players who play African football who end up playing in a Champions League final.
“We are enjoying the moment and we are going there [to the final] not to make numbers but to make history.
“We just want to make it a reality that will be stuck in Chiefs’ history for the rest of our lives. We want to do this for the chairman [Kaizer Motaung], especially after a bad season,” Katsande concluded.