Gavin Hunt has would not harp a lot on Kaizer Chiefs' most recent memorable accomplishment, helping one and all to remember what's still in question.Amakhosi, out of the blue, arrived at the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League on account of a 2-2 draw against Horoya AC in Conakry, Guinea at the end of the week.
The head coach of Kaizer Chiefs Gavin Hunt has sent a plea to Dumisani Zuma and Lazarous Kambole to raise their game.The Amakhosi duo have struggled for form this season.However injuries have played a huge part in derailing Zuma's progress in the club and that has resulted for the player to miss a couple of games this season.
KickOff.com can confidently confirm that Amakhosi have added 2 defenders to their transfer list and players that Hunt deadly wants.Amakhosi have added Buhle Mkhwanazi and Taariq Fielies.Kaizer Chiefs will be releasing alot of players come end of this season and are expected to release more than ten players.
(Source: dispatchlive.co.za) Kaizer Chiefs brought in the highly requested head coach Gavin Hunt after their fans were fed up with foreign coaches and they needed someone who understands the club's culture and what needs to be done at Naturena.The Cape Town-born tactician has made it clear that he was brought in to win trophies.
After qualifying for the CAF Champions League Quarter Finals, Hunt express his feelings about playing in the tournament.Hunt said that the CAF Champions League is different from the Premier Soccer League, the CAF African Champions League is fast more direct, more physical.Kaizer Chiefs next game is against Baroka fc in the Premier Soccer League Thursday.
It was good news for the Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt as he led his charges to the quarter finals of the CAF Champions League over the weekend.The other good news for Gavin Hunt is that by leading his team to this stage of the competition, he has managed to accomplish what was required of him this season, meaning that his job is secure.
On account of the relative multitude of allies out there who assisted us with developing and break another record this week.Recollect one month from now I'll share half of my OperaNews payout with a fortunate champ.Stay tuned for more data.After a decent very much managed work in the end of the week where they took each of the three focuses in their Caf Champions League game, Siya sources have disclosed to KickOff.com that Gavin Hunt will remain with Amakhosi for another entire year.
(Source: Twitter.com - @KaizerChiefs) Kaizer Chiefs have advanced to the next stage of the CAF Champions League after a 2-2 draw against Horoya AC on Saturday night at Stade General Lansana Conte in Conakry.Chiefs made history by this achievement, however, their supporters have raised their worries about the unsung hero of the game Dumisani Zuma who was very instrumental in creating both goals and made it possible for his side to advance to the next stage in the African continent competition.
(Source: citizen.co.za) If you ever wondered how Kaizer Chiefs could look like next season, we've got you.Chiefs are working on beefing up their squad so that they will be able to challenge for silverware in the new campaign.It's already six years without any trophies and the Chiefs head coach Gavin Hunt has a lot of work to do as he needs to turn his side into cup specialists again.
(Source: dispatchlive.co.za) The Kaizer Chiefs head coach Gavin Hunt reflects on his first CAF Champions League encounter with the Soweto giants.This follows after Chiefs had a 2-2 draw against Horoya AC on Saturday in Conakry, this was what they needed to advance to the next round in the African continent competition.
The exchange talk plant has been put into action, with Soweto goliaths Kaizer Chiefs generally connected with a wide range of players, and this specifically those presently performing admirably, there is a feeling that upon the expiry of their FIFA move boycott in June, Chiefs will leave on a shopping Spree to reinforce their crew.
After making it to the quarter finals of the CAF Champions League, Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt have reacted and he says reaching that stage is an achievement in itself, but nothing has been won yet.Chiefs played to a two all draw against Guinean side Horoya Athletic Club on Saturday night, making it through to the quarter finals for the first time in the club's history.
Kaizer Chiefs mentor Gavin Hunt has set his objectives clear about what they should do against Horoya on Saturday evening, pronouncing that scoring an objective will be pivotal in establishing the pace towards fixing their capability.Bosses are in Guinea Conakry where they face Horoya at the Stade du 28 Septembre expecting to keep away from both a goalless attract, and rout to come out alive from Group C and join Wydad Casablanca into the quarterfinals.
Stellenbosch's Phathutshedzo Nange didn't praise his objective in their Tuesday's 2-2 impasse away to Kaizer Chiefs set people talking, with many expecting the 29-year-old forewent making the most of his brutal header since he's an arrangement on a fundamental level to connect up with Amakhosi next season. Addressing Sowetan yesterday, Nange