Kaizer Chiefs head coach, Steve Komphela thinks that Amakhosi has finally reached the performing stage of their process.
Chiefs are edging closer to possibly lifting their first trophy in three seasons under the mentorship of Komphela, as they look to book their spot in the final of the Nedbank Cup competition this year.
Speaking to the media, Komphela said that he feels that the team is at a point where they are performing, saying that getting the results and winning trophies will only positively make them better.
“When we explained the development stages of any team, we said in any team formulation, there is a forming stage, then after forming stage, there is a storming stage where there (are) dynamics in terms of those coming in, those likely to go out and after the storm then it’s a norming stage.
“We have gone past the forming, the storming and the norming, I think Chiefs is at the performing stage now and getting results or winning trophies will be a positive reinforcement to players than a redemption and then after performing stage it’s excelling and then adjournment where the team comes to an end,” he added.