Kaizer Jr Explains His Chiefs Role
Kaizer Motaung Jr, the newly appointed Sporting Director of Kaizer Chiefs, has explained what exactly will be his tasks at club.
Kaizer Jr, the son of the chairman, and former player at the club, was announced in the role earlier today.
He says he is excited to work closely with the technical team, but will also be involved in all departments at the club.
“Well, very excited to say that on the technical side, I’m working very with our head of technical and all the technical staff members in driving, inculcating and really bringing home our footballing philosophy from our first team all the way down to our Academy side,” Kaizer Jr told the club’s media department.
“Of course, working very closely with our football manager in terms of our player logistics, the kind of players we’re recruiting, working together with all the stakeholders and just mapping out the strategic direction of our football operations and how we gonna be achieving our objectives moving forward.
“It does also give me a platform to be able to work together with other business functions within the organization, be it your marketing, your finance, your commercial, digital, and other areas, which are also the lifeblood and driving force and enable the football to happen on the pitch.
“So there’s many areas and being very, very excited and very forward looking to work in. And obviously, of course to lend a hand and to contribute as much as I can.
“And I’d just like to say to all the supporters and all the stakeholders, thank you for all the years of support. One thing I can promise with my hand up is that I will give my utmost best and do whatever it takes to uplift the name, the badge, and the footballing acumen of this club, and hopefully play a part in taking it to its next level. I will always give my best.
“And that is one thing that I will always do for this club is do anything in its best interest, to bring it to glory. Thank you very much for the opportunity. And I’d like to say Amakhosi for life. Looking forward to seeing everybody back in the stadiums, back on the field, where we miss you so dearly.”