Kaizer Chiefs legend Reneilwe Letsholonyane endured another tough weekend at the office in terms of his coaching career.
‘Yeye’, currently the AmaZulu FC DStv Diski Challenge side’s head coach, suffered another loss this weekend.
The former Amakhosi midfield maestro was promoted from being an academy coach to AmaZulu’s reserve coach.
He’s yet to taste victory, with his side sitting in 14th position on the DStv Diski Challenge log standings after three matches.
KAIZER CHIEFS LEGEND’S COACHING WOES CONTINUE
The AmaZulu reserve side suffered another loss this weekend, this time at the hands of Sekhukhune United.
Usuthu went down 3-2, leaving them with just one point from their opening three matches.
NTSEKI LOOKING AT THE POSITIVES
The most important thing is for us to understand the three types of results. We played this game looking to have a win and when you don’t win the game, yes you are disappointed, but you also look at the positives,” the Chiefs coach said as quoted by TimesLive.
“The positives are that we had very good ball possession, we had very good tactical movements going forward in shifting play and changing points of attack.
“And it’s hard work for the players to get into those goalscoring positions. It’s for them to understand our approach in attack.”
KAIZER CHIEFS ARE IMPROVING – RHULANI
“It’s going to be very difficult. Contrary to what the results may suggest. We are playing against a very good side, a very improved Kaizer Chiefs team.” – Rhulani Mokwena said as quoted by IOL.
“We want to try to win every match at Mamelodi Sundowns. Regardless of whatever advantage or disadvantage we may have.”