Maritzburg United worried about the Lentjies factor at Chippa

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Maritzburg United assistant coach Maahier Davids and his side are looking to return to winning ways against Chippa United on Sunday.
Maritzburg United assistant coach Maahier Davids and his side are looking to return to winning ways against Chippa United on Sunday.

Maritzburg United are worried about the positive influence that their former skipper, Kurt Lentjies, has brought to Chippa United, as the fellow stragglers prepare to lock horns on Sunday.

The Team of Choice will host Chippa in a DStv Premiership clash at Harry Gwala Stadium at 6 pm.

While the 12th-placed Maritzburg will be desperate to end their eight-match winless run, the men from the Eastern Cape are aiming for full points that will give them a chance to move up from position 15 on the Premiership log table.

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