Billiat ‘at right place’
Chiefs, Chippa play behind closed doors
Khama Billiat is loving every moment of his stay at Kaizer Chiefs since joining the club on a threeyear deal in June.
And with six goals and four assists in 16 matches for Amakhosi, the Zimbabwean forward has every reason to smile.
“I feel very good and this is the right place I always wanted to be. It’s a good club for me to stay focused, achieve and work with good players,” said Billiat following their 1-0 win over Black Leopards at FNB Stadium in midweek.
Billiat’s countryman Willard Katsande was on the scoresheet to guide Chiefs to victory.
“Most importantly, Kaizer Chiefs, everyone wants to beat them and it brings the best out of the team.
“It keeps us on our toes and it makes you be better every day, so I’ve been loving it.”
Billiat, meanwhile, together with his teammates, will have to contend with another game behind closed doors when they host Chippa United at Moses Mabhida Stadium tomorrow (6pm).
This is part of Chiefs’s punishment following the unsavoury scenes at the Durban venue earlier this year.
Billiat admitted that the last time they played without their 12th when they lost 1-0 to Polokwane City last month, it was difficult mentally for the players to adjust.
“I don’t think we want go through that again.
“But we need to grind [out] a result to make our supporters happy, because it’s not easy for them, especially in Durban.”
Khama Billiat of Kaizer Chiefs says he is happy to play for Amakhosi.