Arthur Zwane, the Kaizer Chiefs stand-in coach, has made it clear that the technical team will work towards changing the style of play.
He made the comments following his first game in charge since the club took the decision to part ways with Stuart Baxter on Thursday, although Zwane’s did not have an ideal start with Stellenbosch FC narrowly beating Amakhosi.
“We need that killer instinct,” Zwane told journalists.
“But obviously we started training the team on Thursday. I cannot say we are changing things, but I can say we are trying not to be predictable. When we are in attack or reach the final third entry, we should have that element of surprise. That’s why you could see we are trying to use a lot of players who are creative… Because we do have a lot of players that can come up with that individual brilliance, but in a structure.”
The defeat left Chiefs in fourth place on the DStv Premiership standing and now on the backfoot in the race for the CAF Champions League spot, although the Glamour Boys have two games in hand on second placed Royal AM.
“We wanted to put them under pressure and force them to make more mistakes, unfortunately I don’t think on the day we did it the way we would have loved to. But going forward we will try and improve in our final third entry. Just to polish the combination play, and I think then the goals will come,” explained Zwane.
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