Arthur Zwane, the head coach of Kaizer Chiefs, has outlined the type of striker the team hopes to acquire this season. After losing 1-0 to Royal AM on Saturday night, the Soweto giants' promotion effort for the 2022/2023 DStv Premiership got off to a bad start.
Ashley du Preez, Yusuf Maart, and Siyethemba Sithebe were among the Chiefs' starters against Royal AM, but strategist John Akinde confessed that his team is yet to find the right forward. "In any case, you can clearly see how we need to play. " Strikers aren't what we're looking for, says Zwane after the match.
For the time being, we have more quick players, but if they could be a bit more clinical like these days it might be a unique story all through, he said. "We need an individual who is strong at ball, an individual who is extraordinary header of the ball, an individual who can save the ball for us to pursue in at unreasonable speed." DStv Premiership clash against Maritzburg United at the FNB Arena on Tuesday is now in the Chiefs' favor.
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