Zwane is being watched closely by management

Despite Amakhosi’s 1-0 victory against Orlando Pirates in the Soweto derby, Kaizer Chiefs management and high-ranking authorities are closely watching Arthur Zwane.

According to SoccerLaduma, Zwane is still under pressure as the head coach of the Chiefs. Therefore, when the DStv Premiership resumes following the FIFA World Cup break, he will need to deliver some significant results quickly.

While winning the Soweto Derby undoubtedly helped, things are still not perfect.

The fact that Chiefs were defeated by AmaZulu in the MTN8 semi-final over two legs definitely infuriated Amakhosi management. They have therefore established procedures to carefully watch over Zwane and Amakhosi’s development going to the future.

Zwane will receive the help he needs from the club to be successful.

According to the same publication, he will be held responsible if outcomes do not improve.


Zwane has had both positive and negative effects on Amakhosi since being named head coach of the team.

One of his greatest successes during his stint was Orlando Pirates’ Soweto derby triumph. Furthermore, Yusuf Maart, Caleb-Bonfils Bimenyimana, and Zitha Kwinika have joined Amakhosi as excellent new players.

After that, Zwane gave Itumeleng Khune, a PSL fan favorite, an opportunity to demonstrate that he is still capable of competing at the highest level. Khune was appointed captain by “10111” and received multiple starts, which he seized with both hands.

Unfortunately, his reign has also been marked by numerous unpleasant events. proved to be an underwhelming signing while Chiefs have let in far too many goals this season – 13 goals in 15 games.

Additionally, they have lacked depth and threat up front due to Ashley Du Preez’s difficulty scoring as well as Keagan Dolly and Khama Billiat’s insufficiency as goal threats.

The main drawbacks were Amakhosi’s 4-0 thrashings at the hands of Mamelodi Sundowns and their two-legged departure from the MTN8 semi-final against AmaZulu.


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