Is there no hope for such Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates? Supersport United coach Gavin Hunt I think so. He believes Mamelodi Sundowns simply have too much financial power to challenge.

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After a thrilling return to SuperSport, Hunt is expected to challenge for the title with the team he won three PSL trophies with.

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With Chiefs rebuilding their squad and Pirates signing Jose Rivera from Spain, including signing some of the best players in the PSL last season, surely Sundowns won’t walk away with the title again?

Gavin is not convinced.

“I think Sundowns’ dominance and strong financial capabilities have weakened the league. Even Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs will find it difficult to compete with them.” Hunt said how is quoted Velile Mnyanda.

Is Hunt right? Probably he is.

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In addition to having the best team in the country last season, the champions have continued to strengthen their squad in the current window.

Kabo Yellow signed Ronwen Williams, Sif Mbule, Abubeker Nasir and Marcelo Allende. The champions are also expected to announce Moroccan left-back Abdelmunaim Butoui.

Will Percy Tau return after reportedly leaving Al Ahly? Just imagine.

Hunt’s SuperSport will face Sundowns at the MTN8 this weekend without Grant Margeman, Thabang Sibanyonyi and Ricardo Goss in line with Sundowns’ loan terms. Image: @iDiskiTimes / Twitter

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