Chiefs finished the season outside the CAF qualifying places after a 2-2 draw against Swallows FC at FNB Stadium on Saturday.
Speaking after the final whistle, Zwane revealed the club's thought processes on any potential attacking reinforcements for next season.
"It's going to be the biggest challenge to get everyone that we need as a club," Zwane admitted post-match.
"That’s my belief right now because when you look at left-backs, left central defenders and strikers, how many strikers do we have in the country right now that have scored more than Peter Shalulile.
Our team announces its targets so early and takes time to make official signings,like now im so confused as to why are they identifying targets while the new future coach is not appointed yet.
They are very good in signing on social media. In real life they sign free agent players from Zimbabwe.
Ohhh onother thing Emanuel Kambala the great performer has agreed terms with newly promoted club Richards bay fc.
You need to play players in their natural positions if you want to get a great results otherwise drought will continue.
I thought you saying Richards Bay FC midfielder Asanda Dyani has warned Facility FC.
Pirates needs to bring back Krool or Gavin Hunt. They need to review their squad and let other players go and of course bring a few players in. Also they must get experienced players who have won Trophies.
Most of their players have never won Trophies, only that pre season cup. Of course the likes of Jele, Tyson, Ndah, Nyauza and Sandilands have won a couple of trophies before.
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