Khanye: Chiefs Players Need To Raise Their Hands
Kaizer Chiefs Under Pressure To Win Their Next Game
Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, Junior Khanye, is challenging Steve Komphela’s team to turn things around and win games.
Chiefs went to the FIFA international break struggling with loss of form and have to return to winning ways to improve their position on the log.
The Amakhosi have failed to score a single goal in their last five games in the different competitions they have been involved with in recent times.
Their next game will be against Mpumalanga Black Aces at the Mbombela Stadium on April 12.
“My advice goes to the players to raise up their hands and say they are prepared to do the job. It should start at training. They need to go to training remembering that it’s Kaizer Chiefs that they are representing. The pressure is on them.
“Yes the supporters might be pointing at the coach and doing whatever, but in the end the players are the ones playing. Let’s say they decide to get rid of the coach now, the coach that might take over would experience the same problems that Steve Komphela has been experiencing.
“The players need to raise their hands. They need to show improvement in each and every game. They (Chiefs) need to play Yeye (Reneilwe Letsholonyane). Senior players like Siphiwe Tshabalala, Yeye and Bernard Parker need to raise their hands and show youngsters the way.
“They have to win their next game. A win will go a long way to boost their confidence. But one important thing they need to keep in their minds is not to put themselves under too much pressure, because of trying to win at all costs. They should play their normal game and things will work out,” said Khanye.