Former Kaizer Chiefs winger Junior Khanye believes Arthur Zwane was a better coach than Molefi Ntseki who took over from him this season.
Ntseki has already been in charge of four competitive games for Chiefs – three in the league and one in the Cup.
Under Ntseki’s tutelage, Chiefs have lost two, managed a drawn and won just once against Cape Town City in the MTN8 quarter-finals.
Now, while Khanye was a huge Zwane critique, he is of the view that the Amakhosi legend was way better than Ntseki given how his team has performed.
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“I’m not a fan of Arthur’s football because of the way he was playing but he was better than this guy (Ntseki),” Khanye told iDiskiTV.
“Arthur was also not supposed to coach Kaizer Chiefs,” Khanye further said.
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Furthermore, Khanye doesn’t think Chiefs will even finish in the top eight if Ntseki continues to lead the technical team as head coach.
He admitted that the players will eventually lose their confidence completely should Chiefs continue to lose matches.
“I don’t think Kaizer Chiefs will even make the top eight if they continue with this coach because the more games they lose, the confidence of the players will go down,” added Khanye.