Zwane Addresses His Chiefs Future
Kaizer Chiefs interim coach Arthur Zwane has addressed his future with the club after leading them into the top eight amid rumours Stuart Baxter will become the new coach.
The 47-year-old won both fixtures after replacing Gavin Hunt in an interim role, helping Amakhosi to sneak into the top eight.
After 1-0 victory over TS Galaxy, Zwane was asked whether he will remain part of the senior team’s technical staff, but insisted that his own role is not important.
“Look, to be quite honest, I’m one person that you know, takes one step at a time,” he told media.
“I’m one person, I believe that I’m a student of the game, you know, so whether I’ll be part of the first team next season or not, I’m still part of Kaizer Chiefs because I’m the reserve team coach.
“So when given the opportunity you always give your best and if things workout you move on. But yeah, this was a good learning curve for me, being given the you know, the opportunity. Myself and Dylan, and the rest of the technical staff, obviously, to take the team forward. And fortunately, we managed to get maximum points in both games.
“So yeah, what’s next? Whatever that happens, you know, it will still benefit us as a team, because it will be for the good of making sure that didn’t get better, and will get way below. So you know, now, because it will be for the good of making sure that the team will get better and gets where it belongs.
“Not because of maybe Arthur is not good enough or so and so. It will be because we believe that now if we bring this new personnel or these people, they will take the team forward and we’ll give them our support, because that’s what we’re supposed to do as coaches.”