Kaizer Chiefs head Coach provides key Du Preez explaination.
Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane has praised the character of his side after they came from a goal down against Stellenbosch FC, saying it proves the mentality of this new squad.
The Glamour Boys beat Stellies 3-1 despite going down 1-0 in the 29th minute after Nhlanhla Mgaga pounced on a mistake from Njabulo Blom. However, new striker Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana netted a hat-trick of penalties to had his side their third successive win.
After the match, Zwane praised his side’s resilience, with it not being the first game where they came from a goal down to collect points.
“You must’ve seen this season, this is a different Kaizer Chiefs altogether,” he told SuperSport TV.
“This is a team that came back from, I don’t know, maybe six or seven games going one goal down, but we were very consistent, we never gave up. We kept on believing that we can come back and get the win.
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“Remember the game against SuperSport, and in other games unfortunately we didn’t get the winning goals, but we came back from behind.
“Yes, there is a worrying factor, but it also shows the character. This is the Kaizer Chiefs I wanted to play for, the Kaizer Chiefs I are up supporting.
“Last minute of the game, we used to say ‘it’s not over until the fat lady sings’ and that’s the Kaizer Chiefs mentality and that’s the character that we’re building.”
Chiefs are again in action when they take on Chippa United at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban.
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