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Kaizer Chiefs signed a new coach

The Kaizer Chiefs football club recently held a press conference to announce their new permanent head coach, who will take over immediately.

The Kaizer Chiefs news conference went off without a hitch, with the club formally announcing their new head coach, who will take over from two-time Chiefs boss Stuart Baxter.

Before the press conference, the media got a taste of the inside scoop, with Arthur Zwane, the club's former development coach and first-team assistant coach, rumored to be in line for the role.

The media did not lie when Arthur Zwane was named the club's new head coach. He will lead the club for the next three years if he impresses enough to be given a full term.

The club signed him to a three-year contract, which is a good enough deal for Zwane, who has been waiting for this moment for a long time. Kaizer Chiefs fans have been clamoring for Zwane to take over as head coach, and the closest he came to doing so before this arrangement was as an interim coach when Baxter stepped down until the end of the now-completed season.

As interim coach, Arthur Zwane was in charge of seven games and lost three, won two, and drew one.

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