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Zwane Reveals Changes To His Chiefs Starting XI

Kaizer Chiefs interim coach Arthur Zwane has already revealed two changes to his starting XI ahead of Amakhosi’s clash with Golden Arrows.

10111, as he is affectionally known, has taken over from Stuart Baxter after the Englishman left the club and is leading the team alongside Dillon Sheoord.

Wednesday’s match is the rescheduled December fixture between both teams, which the Glamour Boys were unable to honor at the time due to a serious Covid-19 outbreak at Naturena.

The duo will be in charge of their second game on Wednesday and Zwane revealed that he will make a few changes to his line-up.

“We’ve got everyone available, except for a few changes. We left Happy (Mashiane) behind, not because of the performance, but because we want to share some match minutes,” he told Chiefs media team.

“We knew the games would be coming thick and fast. (Sibusiso) Mabiliso is going to be back with the team and we brought back Bernard (Parker), who was suspended. 

“We also have Mshini (Nkosingiphile Ngcobo) starting now instead of Bibo (Sabelo Radebe), trying to add numbers offensively, with the hope that the combination will gel because we did not have enough time in terms of preparations. 

“But we’re looking forward to the game, so far so good in terms of the spirit in the camp, because the boys know how important it is for us to get the maximum points.”

Zwane has won five games in charge of Chiefs so far, while collecting one draw and two defeats.

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