Kaizer Chiefs' Arthur Zwane

Interim Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane admits it will take time for Amakhosi to rediscover their best form. Photo: Twitter @FARPostZA

Kaizer Chiefs’ Arthur Zwane shares big statement on the Nedbank Cup

Kaizer Chiefs’ Arthur Zwane tells it like it is, doesn’t he? This time the assistant coach has made a big statement about the Nedbank Cup.

Kaizer Chiefs' Arthur Zwane

Interim Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane admits it will take time for Amakhosi to rediscover their best form. Photo: Twitter @FARPostZA

Can local football return already!? Kaizer Chiefs’ Arthur Zwane has said Amakhosi want to win the Nedbank Cup before the 32-club tournament has begun.

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KAIZER CHIEFS ARTHUR ZWANE: AMAKHOSI WANT THE NEDBANK CUP

The former winger who was affectionately known as “10 111” – spoke on the Nedbank Cup after the Premier Soccer League confirmed the last 32 draw last week.

As The South African reported last week, Kaizer Chiefs were matched up against TS Galaxy, and Zwane is expecting ultimate glory.

“We are a team that needs to grind results,” said Zwane as quoted by IOL.

Nearly every coach in local and world football always say it’s about one game at a time in tournaments – but not Kaizer Chiefs’ Arthur Zwane.

“We were hoping and wishing that we will go as far as we want to in the (Nedbank) cup and be in the final and then bring it home. And why not win it – that is our aim.

“We’ll take one game at a time,” Kaizer Chiefs’ Arthur Zwane concluded.

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Sections of Kaizer Chiefs fans wanted Stuart Baxter sacked after only one victory in his first eight games. But things change very fast in football, thanks to the Englishman’s five wins in the past seven games. Isn’t that good?

As often is the case for any struggling coach, poor results encourage fans to question your team selection decisions. Baxter was hammered for omitting the club’s beloved youngsters such as Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Happy Mashiane, as well as Bafana Bafana’s hugely popular defender Njabulo Ngcobo and of course the club’s living legend Itumeleng Khune.

A storm of criticism befell Baxter but he firmly stuck to his guns.

In Baxter’s 16 games so far, 12 players featured in 10 games or more. Read the full story here.

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