Speaking to the media on Thursday We will keep on doing the right thing and we know that we are on the right track ahead of Chiefs’ league game against Gavin Hunt’s SuperSport United at FNB Stadium on Saturday (8pm), Zwane said he understands people are not happy with how the team has performed.
“It is part of the game, these things do happen to the best coaches in the world,” Zwane said. The coach takes confidence in his team having created scoring opportunities. It helps us because we know where we have been lacking. We can work on that finishing [problem],” Zwane said.
“The combinations are at least there. Look at the combinations of [Kgaogelo] Sekgota, Keagan Dolly, and George [Matlou]. There’s that awareness and tactical understanding.”
Chiefs welcome former coach Hunt — who coached the side in a tough 2020-21 season where Amakhosi were banned by Fifa from making signings, and who Zwane assisted — back to FNB Stadium in Saturday’s game against SuperSport.
Zwane believes if supporters could look beyond the results they would see that Chiefs have not performed badly, and what they need most to secure better results is to sharpen up in front of goal. “And if you remember when I was appointed, I said the same thing — that there would be tough times when the results are not coming and obviously people wouldn’t be happy.