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Motaung – We Must Exercise Patience

Kaizer Chiefs Chairman Kaizer Motaung has said that the club needs to exercise patience after their slow start to the season.

The Amakhosi boss delivered his annual message on the club’s website talking about the disappointing end to last season, and also on the changes made at the club recently.

Motaung said that taking all into consideration, the club needs to be patient and let Gavin Hunt and his new technical team do their work.

“This year turned bittersweet for us,” Motaung was quoted as saying on the Chiefs website.

“We are grateful to have achieved the 50th milestone. I wish to pay tribute to the past and present people who played a role in the successful establishment and history of the club.”

“We would have wished to have celebrated this milestone in style by winning some silverware. Luck was not on our side considering that we lost the league in the last 30 minutes of the 2019/20 season after leading the league for the better part of the season.”

“The 2020/21 football season started with the changes by introducing the new coaching team of coach Gavin Hunt assisted by Dillon Shepard and Arthur Zwane.

“We have not made changes to the playing personnel at the start of the season due to reasons we all know. However, we have roped in the new technical team which is working hard now to turnaround the fortunes of the team to return to winning trophies.”

“We started the season slow but we are working hard to turn the corner and returning to winning ways. We have also made our return to continental football after qualifying for the CAF Champions League.”

“We must exercise patience and let the coaches work on the team. We will soon bring back the smiles on our supporter’s faces.”

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