Zwane comments on Chiefs’ future signings

Kaizer Chiefs‘ interim coach Arthur Zwane has once again spoken about the signings they look to make ahead of the upcoming season. Chiefs have been on the rocky road for a long time and fans are already talking about signings that could bring change in Naturena.

Rumours have pointed out several names that Chiefs are attempting to sign including Chippa United’s Eva Nga, Stellenbosch’s Ashley Du Preez, Amiens’ Bongani Zungu, and Orlando Pirates’ Gabadinho Mhango and Ben Motshwari, etc.

On the other side, Chiefs have made their first signing in Zitha Matsheke who’ll be returning to his childhood club. While AmaZulu’s Siyethemba Sithole was believed to have signed a pre-contract with Amakhosi in January and might join the club in July.

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“10111” says they want players who will demand winning: “Obviously we need to get players of high quality, good technically and tactically good on and off the ball, with high endurance capacity and also very arrogant on the ball,” Zwane told reporters.

“Whether that is a defender or offensive midfielder or a striker, we need players who believe in themselves because as a club we can’t be playing football that will be boring.

“We want people to come to the stadium. We have a massive following and we have to please those people, we have to make sure that we balance at the same time in terms of getting the results.

“So if we are to have players that have low self esteem and they don’t have that self-belief that they can do things and can make things happen, those are the players not for Kaizer Chiefs.

“We want players who will demand winning, we want players who will have that eagerness and also players who will be willing to express themselves.

“We’ll give them that freedom to expect to express themselves within the structure of Kaizer Chiefs in terms of game approach. So yeah, we keep hunting as a club, we keep hunting until we get the right players.

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“Unfortunately there are not too many because others might find that they [are] good in terms of skills but they don’t have the character of playing for a team of Kaizer Chiefs’ caliber and the demands that comes with the responsibility of playing for this club.

“We’ll keep hunting, with the hope that we can get a few players that can add value to the club and we will build from. We will make life easy also for the incoming coach, Kaizer Chiefs’ pillars will be in place and he’ll enjoy working with whoever he’ll be working with in the club,” Zwane added.

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