Arthur Zwane Retains Backing of Kaizer Chiefs Management Despite Poor Start With the Amakhosi

Arthur Zwane Retains Backing of Kaizer Chiefs Management Despite Poor Start With the Amakhosi

  • Despite a poor start to the 2022/23 season as the permanent head coach, Arthur Zwane is still safe at Kaizer Chiefs
  • The Amakhosi find themselves in an unusual 14th place on the DStv Premiership table
  • A source inside the club said that management believes that Zwane will turn the team's fortunes soon enough

Kaizer Chiefs has had a bad start to the season under new permanent coach Arthur Zwane.

However, despite finding themselves in an embarrassing 14th place on the DStv Premiership table, he still enjoys the backing of the club's management.

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Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane has had a tough start as the permanent head coach. Image source: @SABC_Sport.
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A source at Naturena told The Citizen:

“Everyone can see that Zwane is trying his best with what he has at Chiefs and things might not look good at the moment, but there is a lot of belief from the management that he will get things right. They see him as someone who is going to bring back a smile to the supporters’ faces, because he has done really well with the reserve team, plus he understands the culture of the club so well.

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"He (Zwane) knows that he is under pressure to deliver, he knows that everyone is watching him. He just needs to remain calm and do his job because like I said, the bosses are backing him up”

Marumo Gallants star Mahlatse Makudubela's pose, kasi flava and goal against Kaizer Chiefs thrills Mzansi

Marumo Gallants' midfield maestro Mahlatse Makudubela is on the lips of many South African football lovers.

Makudubela stole the show before and during the 1-1 draw against Kaizer Chiefs at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Sports Brief reported.

From amusing antics, and showboating to scoring a delightful goal, he thrilled and entertained those in attendance and watching from home.

Kaizer Chiefs leads Carling Black Label Cup votes tally while Swallows FC climbs into Top 4

Voting has begun in earnest for the teams fortunate enough to participate in this year's four-team Carling Black Label Cup.

As reported by Sports Brief, the tournament will take place on 12 November, around the time the Premier Soccer League will take a break for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Unsurprisingly, Kaizer Chiefs led the tally, followed by arch-rivals Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns, while Moroka Swallows also climbed into the final four.

Source: Sports Brief News