Kaizer Chiefs interim coach Arthur Zwane will not be at helm at the club in the next season, he has confirmed that himself. Zwane, who has been made assistant coach twice now following the sacking of Gavin Hunt and recently Stuart Baxter, has been the most preferred candidate by Chiefs faithful supporters but it looks like management thinks otherwise.
Speaking midweek during an interview, Zwane hinted that a new mentor will be coming to Naturena in the new season.
Zwane was asked about Kgaogelo Sekgota’s situation as he has not been able to start games but mostly comes off the bench. He said he needs to work on some aspects and promised to get him in good shape before the new coach comes.
Chiefs has had a rough couple of seasons, failing to lift even a single trophy, with their biggest achievement being reaching the CAF Champions League final and losing to Al Ahly last year.
Meanwhile Amakhosi have not said anything regarding their coaching department.
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