Former Kaizer Chiefs player and current Amakhosi coach Arthur Zwane gave the team a very low rating and said that they are not even halfway there as they still have a long way to go as a team before they can start performing consistently.
Zwane urged Kaizer Chiefs fans to be patient, stating that the team must first play as a unit before results can be obtained. Many Amakhosi fans expected the team to start winning matches right away after signing so many good players, but that was not the case, as the glamour boys lost their first league match of the season to the impressive Royal-AM.
"If I had to give a rating out of ten, I'd say we're still on four." "We are not even halfway there because there is still a long way to go," Kaizer Chiefs coach said.
"I believe we are still a long way from where we want to be." As much as we are building confidence in all aspects.
"The way of playing, the culture, and all of that, because it's not going to happen overnight."
"It will take some time, but that is why Kaizer Chiefs will have to go through stages."
"There are stages that you must ensure you complete. Before moving on to the next one, make sure everyone is on the same page with this one.
"Otherwise, you won't be able to involve everyone at once because it will cause a schism." The players will have no idea whether they are coming or going." He said.
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