Following their 3-0 defeat against Mamelodi Sundowns, coach Gavin Hunt has responded to changing the playing personnel for Kaizer Chiefs’ next game.
Amakhosi quickly return to the pitch on Tuesday night when they travel to Chippa United for their second DStv Premiership clash and Hunt said there were still a few players to look at having only just arrived at Naturena last month.
“There’s not much we can work on because there is a travel day as well. There is obviously one or two that we haven’t looked at, but we can’t keep having a look at players. We need to make a few more decisions on the players that we’ve got,” the coach told the media.
Hunt can only work with what he inherited from his predecessor Ernst Middendorp because Chiefs have been banned by FIFA from registering new players.
The club has appealed at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), but there is no outcome yet with the arbitrators still deliberating.
“That’s the personnel and we need to change it. The ban is well documented and it is what it is, we have to do the best with what we’ve got. We must be brave, come back again. The one aspect is the mentality,” he said after the loss to Sundowns on Saturday.
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