GIOVANNI SOLINAS ADMITS FATIGUE PLAYED A PART IN KAIZER CHIEFS' DRAW WITH CHIPPA UNITED

The Amakhosi boss was left to rue his side's goalless stalemate against the Chilli Boys on Saturday evening

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