Having gone eight games without a win in all competitions, Robson Muchichwa has said that his former club, Kaizer Chiefs are having a tough time and that the team is frustrated.
The 40-year-old said that Chiefs are playing well, but that, because results aren’t going their way, the team will be frustrated in their efforts.
“It's tough for Chiefs this season,” he told the Siya crew. “You see they play very well but the results are not coming and I know that can be frustrating to everyone at the team.”
The Zimbabwean went on to say that it is even more frustrating for the players because they will likely end the season with no trophies, even though they haven’t been playing poorly.
“It's unlike Chiefs to finish a season without a trophy and that pains but as a team they are playing good football but as I said it's just tough for them since there are no results to show for the good football they are playing,” Muchichwa observed.
Chiefs will take on University of Pretoria in their next PSL game on 27 April.