Kaizer Chiefs coach Johnson

Kaizer Chiefs team vs Royal AM at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. Image: BackpagePix.

Johnson sends demand to Chiefs players

DStv Premiership giants Kaizer Chiefs returned with a disappointing draw against Royal AM on Sunday. Here’s what Cavin Johnson wants.

Kaizer Chiefs coach Johnson

Kaizer Chiefs team vs Royal AM at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. Image: BackpagePix.

Kaizer Chiefs supporters finally watched Amakhosi on Sunday since December 2023, but it was not a happy return.

Coach Cavin Johnson has shared his big expectation.

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Following a six-week Afcon break, where Bafana Bafana won a bronze medal, domestic football was back last week.

The Glamour Boys travelled to the KwaZulu Natal Midlands to battle Thwihli Thwala. It was where a lacklustre performance resulted in a goalless draw at the Harry Gwala Stadium.

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The result left Chiefs in sixth place with 14 points behind log-leaders and champions Mamelodi Sundowns.


Speaking to the media after the game, coach Johnson reminded the public that Chiefs is not a normal team.

“We need to be better on the ball because we are not just a normal team,” Johnson said as per TimesLIVE.

“We are a special team and I want us to play special football.   

“We go away with the draw and we will take the point, but we need to do better,” Johnson concluded.

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Kaizer Chiefs interim boss Cavin Johnson explains why they didn’t want to disrupt their nest during the January transfer window. Image: (@KaizerChiefs/Instagram)
Kaizer Chiefs interim boss Cavin Johnson at the Harry Gwala Stadium vs Royal AM. Image: (@KaizerChiefs/Instagram).

Coming up next for Amakhosi is the Motsepe Championship side Milford FC in the Nedbank Cup last 32 on Sunday, 25 January, at the FNB Stadium at 18:00.

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