Arthur Zwane, the head coach of the Kaizer Chiefs, claims that this is the Chiefs he is familiar with.
After his team overcame a deficit to defeat Stellenbosch FC on Sunday afternoon, Arthur Zwane complimented his team’s resilience.
“You must have seen this season, this is a different Kaizer Chiefs altogether, this is a Chiefs that came back from, I don’t know maybe six games or seven games one goal down but we were very persistent,” Zwane told SuperSport TV.
“We never gave up, we kept on believing that we can equalize and get the winner and kill the game off. It happened against SuperSport [United] and many other games, unfortunately in those, we didn’t get the winning goal.
“But we came back from behind, yes it’s a worrying factor but they are also showing character, for the fact that this is a Kaizer Chiefs I know, it’s a Kaizer Chiefs I wanted to play for,” he continued.
“This is a Kaizer Chiefs that people used to support that you score a goal and last minute of the game they used to say ‘It’s not over until the fat lady sings’ and that’s the Kaizer Chiefs I know. That’s the character we’re building in the team this season.”