After Arthur Zwane was appointed as Kaizer Chiefs new head coach, the club's Football manager Bobby Motaung has suggested that the club will be patient with the newly appointed coach.
Zwane will lead Amakhosi as head coach next season after he was handed a three-year contract by the club.
Dillon Sheppard will also remain at Amakhosi as an assistant coach to Zwane.
The club is facing one of their longest trophy drought after they have not won a silverware in seven years and counting.
Zwane will be faced with a huge responsibility to end the club's long standing trophy drought where many experienced coaches have failed to do so.
Speaking during Zwane's unveiling on a press conference at FNB Stadium on Thursday morning, Motaung suggested that the whole Chiefs management is behind Zwane as he will be in charge of the hot seat.
Motaung suggested that they will be patient with Zwane and support him because he is the one who knows the team better than the coaches who have been with the club recently.
Motaung added that both Zwane and Sheppard know the culture and targets of the club and they are expected to continue with them.
Source: iDiski Times
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