There are latest news suggesting that former Kaizer Chiefs FC head coach has attracted interest to one of PSL teams.
Richards Bay is one of the teams that are currently struggling, as things don’t go according to their plans statically. However, to make things better, according to the top reporters like Soccerzela and Sowetan Live newspaper, Richards Bay is interested on hiring former Kaizer Chiefs FC head coach, Arthur Zwane.
Zwane was demoted from head coach position before the current season start, Molefi Ntseki got his position, as he was appointed as a head coach. However, during the current season, Zwane was once again demoted to Chiefs development structures with Ntseki getting sacked at all.
Richards Bay’s interest on Zwane, has raised many opinions from Chiefs fans. Some are saying Zwane should accept the offer, so that he can grow as a coach. What’s are your thoughts please?
In other news, current Kaizer Chiefs FC interim coach Cavin Johnson did confirm that they will not sign any player this current transfer window
In as much as he said that, some of Kaizer Chiefs FC fans are pushing hard to see their management adding more players to strengthen the squad and increase depth. Fans want players like Sanele Barns, Oswin Appolis, Ellias Mokwana and others. However, here are the reasons why Chiefs management will decide not to sign them.
We have communicated with our analyser Senzo Sambo, and here is what he said, about those players and on why Chiefs might consider not signing them.
Here are some of the top wingers in the PSL this season and my problem with some of them.
His input in the field of play is something else, he is always a threat to opponents defence, but his output at the end of the day is poor his numbers are not good for me.
His input on the field of play is impeccable, he is always a major threat, and his goal goal scoring numbers are good, my problem is he is just 22 what if its his fluke season?
A very exciting player with great input and output on the field of play, my main concern is his sense of belonging is he a Right Back or a winger?
Antonio Van Wyk
Good player on his days he is a real danger, but for me i feel like he has a lot to improve on, decision making and other theatrics in his locker, otherwise we might have a Mahlatsi situation similar players, Van Wyk is also very inconsistent also his output is not that good.
So when i say none of the wingers outside the big three excite me i talk about this, and these players are supposed to be the best the League has produced so far.
His analysis end. Thoughts please?