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Opinion: Why These 2 Things Could Help Kaizer Chiefs Perform Well In The CAF Champions League

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By Emmanews96 | self meida writer
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Irrespective of the reported visa delays to their trip to Morocco, which will hopefully be sorted out soon by quarters concerned with it.

Kaizer Chiefs supporters and indeed Amakhosi fans, will no doubt be looking forward to seeing how their team will fare in the opener of the CAF Champions League, against Wydad Casablanca of Morocco on 13th of February.

Amakhosi are in a relatively easy group even though competitions from the teams in Guinea, Horoya SC, and the other teams from Angola and Morocco respectively means Kaizer Chiefs have a lot of work to do.

That is why if the team is serious and desirous of doing well in the competition, there are key things and important things that could help them.

It's not only about tactics or quality preparation as Kaizer Chiefs under Gavin Hunt, should know that doing well in the CAF Champions League, is a paramount thing for them in a season that has been quite hard and rough.

Conserve Points Away From Home

In a tough and difficult season marred by COVID-19 and transfer ban, which Kaizer Chiefs have never had it rough for them in recent times.

Dropping points away from home in the league and losing to minnows in the Nedbank cup are ghosts that must be put aside if Kaizer Chiefs, want to have a meaningful impact in the CAF Champions League.

That is why, conserving points away from home and earning valuable points against sides they should naturally be beating, could go a long well in helping them perform, and seal qualification to the knockout stages.

In simple words, Kaizer Chiefs must avoid dropping unnecessary points or losing away from home, if they want to quickly assert their position in the group.

How Gavin Hunt, will fashion out wins or at least a draw away from home remains to be seen.

Experience Could Still Come In Play

CAF Champions League competition, is an elite and serious club tournament in Africa that is almost akin to a mini African cup of nations.

That is why, Gavin Hunt must not jettison the importance of using experienced players who have played at such a similar level in the game.

Of course, names like Daniel Akpeyi, Khune, Barker and others vastly experienced players should form part of the core team that will ensure a good performance in the CAF Champions League.

Yes, some of these experienced stars have been found wanting this season, but the ability of a manager to rally or push them to help the team in competition like this, should be the priority of Gavin Hunt.

With hard-work and self belief, there is a good chance Kaizer Chiefs, will have a good tournament as participants in the CAF Champions League.

What advise would you like to give Gavin Hunt in the club's push for glory in the CAF Champions League? Share your thoughts.

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