- Arthur Zwane was appointed as Kaizer Chiefs head coach after Stuart Baxter was sacked after a string of poor results
- Pitso Mosimane believes that Arthur Zwane has what it takes but has questioned whether he is hungry enough
- Former Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane believes that Arthur Zwane has nothing to lose as Kaizer Chiefs coach
Pitso Mosimane is backing Arthur Zwane to make the most of his chance as head coach of Kaizer Chiefs.
The former Al Ahly manager weighed in on Zwane's task ahead as 10111 looks to bring trophies back to the Naturena after seven years.
Speaking to Soccer Laduma, Mosimane said that Zwane had nothing to lose as head coach of the Glamour Boys.
Mosimane, however, did question whether Zwane was hungry enough for success because he never expressed an outright desire to be the new Amakhosi coach.
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“The question is, is he ready? Does he want it? Because I’ve never heard him say he wants it. I’ve been watching the television interviews; he never said I want it. It was vacant; it was open. He never said he wants it, but because I know him, he is modest. But take it if you want it. Show that you want it,” he said.
As reported by The South African, Mosimane added that he was happy for Arthur Zwane because he was a local coach in charge of a big South African team. Mosimane has often advocated for local coaches in the Premier Soccer League.
He admitted that it would be a tough task for Zwane to bring Chiefs back to glory days, as Stuart Baxter and Steve Komphela had failed, but that he needed to do more to achieve it.
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Source: Sports Brief News