Pitso: I will end Kaizer Chiefs trophy drought in one season
Former Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he will end Kaizer Chiefs 9 years trophy drought if given the opportunity to manage the Glamour Boys.
“I have had my own challenges. When I started at SuperSport United, they were relegated, and I took them to group stages of Caf Champions League and then six cup finals in a row,” said Mosimane as per Sunday World.
“Chiefs not winning a cup for eight years, these things happen. I can put out the fires in one season. I have always had to put out the fires, all my career. I will have to do things that were not done in the last six years. When I arrived at Mamelodi Sundowns, they had not won a single trophy in six years, and they were number 14 on the PSL log table.
“The issue is what is their short and long-term plans. It’s like in business, it works like that. Chiefs always had star players and they were beating everybody, that’s why the brand is big. I saw their game against Moroka Swallows recently and I think they need a little bit of work.”
But at the moment Kaizer Chiefs Football Club still stands with the decision that they will appoint a new head coach at the club at the end of the Dstv Premiership season since they are taking things step by step with patience.