Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane has been under pressure in recent weeks as his team failed to produce the desired results expected by the club. Chiefs suffered a humiliating defeat when they were beaten 4-0 against AmaZulu last week Friday, which did not argue well for coach Arthur Zwane and his Kaizer Chiefs squad.
Despite the backlash that coach Arthur Zwane has been receiving, he remains optimistic about his position at Amakhosi. Even though Kaizer Chiefs have lost 6 games in the league, coach Arthur Zwane still believes his technical team and the club have a plan in motion.
“To be quite honest, I am not worried because we have a plan as a club, a plan that needs to be executed and if you look back at how many years, we have been trying to hit the ground running, did it work for the club? It did not work and whether you like it or not, at the end of the day we need to do something. There are many teams that we can make an example of in Europe. You go to Arsenal right now, why do they keep winning, because they had so much patience and belief in whoever they put in there and also gave him the opportunity and space to try to work things out.
“You can see the results for yourself, I am not saying I want to compare ourselves to Arsenal and I am not saying we can do exactly what Arsenal is doing right now, but I am just making an example that if we know what we are doing and we have a plan and we want to execute the plan, then obviously we need time,” he said during the media open day held at Naturena.
Kaizer Chiefs have been struggling to keep the goals coming, with Caleb Bimenyimana being the only central striker and no one else coming to the party to score goals, it becomes a big worry. With the back line failing to gel in recent games, it has to be said that Kaizer Chiefs need to boost their squad.
Coach Arthur Zwane has started executing his plans as Kaizer Chiefs announced the signing of a Congolese 22-year-old left-footed striker, Christian Saile Basomboli. The striker has signed a 3-and-a-half deal. Chiefs have also managed to sign Thatayaone Ditlhokwe on a pre-contract deal that will see the defender stay in Naturena for four years.