The Kaizer Chiefs, who just returned from the offseason last week, will have a demanding training schedule as part of their preseason preparations in Limpopo.
With only two weeks to go since being appointed as the head coach, Arthur Zwane is ready to take things to the next level.
Next week, the Soweto giants will be taking their pre-season preparations to Limpopo.
The newly appointed scientist, Muzi Maluleka, said that the players have revealed that they have been easing back into being back on the field. The players have been enjoying their first training.
However, the newly appointed clubs are expected to step up the intensity of their training during their visit to Limpopo.
The source further revealed that the squad has been notified of their coming week's plan to go to Limpopo for their preseason preparations.
According to reports, some of their players have been given extra time to rest and are expected to return to training on July 2.
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