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Shongwe: Zwane is building a team that will cause terror

We bring you updates on what the Amakhosi legend thinks about the head coach Arthur Zwane.

Abel "Chaklas" Shongwe, a former player for Kaizer Chiefs, claims that Arthur Zwane's team is beginning to take shape.

"To be completely honest, Kaizer Chiefs are still rebuilding. This season, Arthur is assembling a team that will terrorise the league, Shongwe informed the reporters.

The past two games have made me realise that the current Kaizer Chiefs players are giving everything they have for the chance to wear the jersey.

The team is still young, but the new members all seem very promising.

Give Arthur an opportunity to collaborate with the team and then see what happens.

What you should know about the Amakhosi legend Abel "Chaklas Shongwe".

Abel Shongwe (born 26 June 1966) is a retired Swazi football midfielder. He has coached a number of SAFA Second Division teams. He completed a course for his CAF B coaching license. He joined Wits in 1988, Dynamos till their closure in 1991, and Moroka Swallows before leaving in 1993 due to financial difficulties.

Chiefs' current performance in the DStv Premier Soccer League

Kaizer Chiefs has played two matches in the DStv Premier Soccer League 2022-2023 season and they have managed to grab 3 points, 1 loss and 1 win. They have scored 3 goals and conceded 1 in two games , making them the second team after Royal AM with the highest goal difference. They have lost an away match against the log leaders Royal AM 1-0 , and they have won a home match 3-0 against Maritzburg United. Their next encounter will be an away match in Tshwane, where they will meet the defending league champions Mamelodi Sundowns. It will be a tough as the Brazilians will be looking to pick up their form as they have lost their second league match against TS Galaxy.

What do you think about Chiefs' upcoming match against Mamelodi Sundowns?


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