Kaizer Chiefs has worked hard to climb close to the top of the South African premier league, however, the journey doesn't stop there until they can replace Mamelodi sundowns who are on top of the table.
From the beginning of this season till now Sundowns have not lost a single game while game. That will make the work of Kaizer Chiefs difficult to climb the table because they have lost 3 matches already.
However, things can change and they can climb to the top if they do what I will be suggesting below.
1. Working smart
Kaizer Chiefs have worked hard enough this season and I think it's time for them to work smarter if they want to win the South African Premier Division. Working smart requires them to change formation, players who are always been marked by opponents should be supported very well during matches.
2. Coach replacing Keagan Dolly with a better player.
I would recommend that Stuart Baxter, replace Keagan Dolly with a better player in the first eleven squads. For me, Dolly is not performing well to expectations as a midfielder. He needs more training to be able to deliver more for the club. With Zuma being away, a talented player like, Siyabonga Ngezana should be allowed to play in place of Zuma.
3. Playing attacking game.
I would recommend that Kaizer Cheifs start playing stack football rather than dribbling or defensive game. Playing attack will earn them more goals when they begin to out other clubs under pressure. These tactics are used by some of these big clubs like Bayern Munich, Manchester City, and many other clubs.
Kaizer Chiefs need to improve on their teamwork. I think Kaizer chiefs need to work more as a team. Players like Bernard Parker, Happy Mashiane, and other strikers and midfielders need to be assisted so that they can score plenty of goals for the club.
All these are my suggestion for Kaizer chiefs to perform well at the end of the season and also win the South African Premier Division. Feel free to drop your suggestion in the comment section.
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