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Chiefs management confirms that they will not put pressure on Zwane


Kaizer Chiefs newly appointed head coach Arthur Zwane has been regarded as the leader of the new era at Naturena. Which is something that the management and supporters are happy about as they want to see what he can offer at the helm. They've seen glimpse of his work in the senior team as he's been their interim coach and also, the assistant coach. It was clear that his inclusion to the side has been long-time coming. As he's been patiently waiting for his turn to fjaly lead Amakhosi, now the club's Sporting Director Kaizer Motaung Junior has revealed Stuart Baxter's successor is not a "miracle worker". As they have to be honest with the current state of the club as management and they can see that there's a lot work that needs to be done.

Which means that the Chiefs hopefuls will have to trust the process and not rush anything at Naturena. As Zwane alongside his assistant Dillon Sheppard have to rebuild the squad that will be able to compete in the DStv Premiership and CAF Champions League. This might not happen in their first season in charge, but they will have to grind for the results. "I think what needs to happen now is for everyone associated with the club to be realistic and needs to be honest; sometimes it’s a bit uncomfortable,” Kaizer Jnr told the media at the FNB stadium. 

Even though the Chiefs Football Manager Bobby Motaung stated last week that they want the duo to win trophies in their first season. Now, it seems like Motaung Jnr has came out with the opposite of what was said by Bobby. As he feels that Zwane and Sheppard need time to settle in their roles at Naturena. “Sometimes it involves change, and people don’t like that, but I think for us as a club, we need not live in the past, and we need to be realistic about our situation and what the team needs now, not just as a team," Kaizer Jnr told the media at the FNB stadium. 

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