Khanye smashes Zinnbauer that the winning tactics for Pirates are not from him.
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 1 views
The former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye does not believe that Joseph Zinnbauer is the best coach. The man cleared that he is not a fan for Zinnbauer and he has lost respect for him. He is highly rated for nothing compared to the black coaches in South Africa.
Pirates came with a 3-4-3 formation with two fast people in the front line with the likes of Hotto and Lorch. They did well because they score two goals in just five minutes which gave them the simple victory.
Khanye does not believe that the tactics came with the mentor. He tells like here was someone else behind them as they created more scoring opportunities but only to convert two. The sources are saying that they had a chance of scoring eight goals in that match.
At the end of the match. The Soweto giants were able to get the maximum points against the Cape Town team.
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