Willard Katsande says that losing three games in a row is unacceptable at a club like Kaizer Chiefs.
The former captain was speaking after Chiefs’ loss to AmaZulu mid-week, and ahead of their DStv Premiership game against SuperSport United on the weekend.
Chiefs have lost consecutive games against Orlando Pirates, Richards Bay (in the Nedbank Cup) and AmaZulu.
Katsande says it is a tough pillow to swallow, but they cannot focus on the past, and need to push forward and rectify their problems
“Ja, losing three games in a row is not a nice thing, especially when you are at Kaizer Chiefs,” Katsande told Chiefs’ media.
“It’s something which is not acceptable, which is gonna haunt us for a long time because we are not known for losing three games in a row.”
“It’s actually a tough pill to swallow. But at the end of the day, you know, there’s nothing you can do to change whatever happened yesterday, the only thing you can change is what’s gonna happen tomorrow and how you’re going to change what’s happening tomorrow is by, here and now, focus on what’s on the stake, which is training, proper preparation to the next game, to change the situation.”
“But we are very, very disappointed and we are very, very much aware of the situation we are at the moment. Yeah, we just need to keep on working hard to try to turn the corner, and we start by tomorrow, which is the next game.”
Katsande has started just four games this season, and made a further four sub appearances.