Previous Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Rene Richards has recognized two major difficulties confronting the Soweto monsters following their helpless beginning to the season.
Bosses' extreme beginning to the DStv Premiership season proceeded over the course of the end of the week as they experienced a 4-1 loss because of Royal AM at FNB Stadium, leaving the side with only one win.
Richards said the safeguard and striker circumstance needs a unique look in the event that they desire to develop their disillusioning beginning.
Bosses Break Down Humbling Royal AM Defeat
"It was a humiliating misfortune, I think they are not clinical forthright, they are passing up on heaps of possibilities," Richards told the Siya group.
"At the back, there's an excess of zone stamping rather than one man to another denoting, that is the reason the resistance consistently rebuffs them, since they get spaces.
"They should be tight at the back, be solid on ones-on-ones, not permitting aggressors to get opportunity in that crate, and ensure their goalkeepers."
The previous Chiefs midfielder has additionally come out to guard the senior players at the club.
"I figure it ought to be combination of youthful and senior players, we shouldn't ruin the accomplished players, since, in such a case that they were not sufficient they will not be at Chiefs," he added.
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