Kaizer Chiefs mentor Molefi Ntseki once again pleads and urges the fans to understand what his newly built team is going through.
Ntseki addressed his team’s situation ahead of the fourth DStv Premiership match against AmaZulu at the FNB Stadium on Saturday afternoon as Chiefs need a win.
There’s no doubt that Chiefs fans are seriously hungry for a win to move up the log table as they sit 13th with only one point to show for their efforts so far.
NTSEKI URGES CHIEFS FANS TO UNDERSTAND THE PROCESS
Addressing the media during Chiefs media day this week, Ntseki said the Glamour Boys must not rush for instant results as he just took over the coaching reigns.
He said he has also introduced new players in the system and that means Chiefs fans must be patient.
This comes after angry and frustrated Chiefs fans expressed their displeasure by throwing objects, demanding changes in the technical team.
The anger resulted from the 1-0 loss at the hands of TS Galaxy last Sunday but Ntseki is confident he will turn things around very soon.
“Firstly, we are in a process. Yet we are very quick to look at the end product,” Ntseki shared at Naturena on Thursday.
“But a process has its period and time frames. And when you look at what has been happening with the team since the start of the season, we are being tested.
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“We are a new technical team, under my leadership that is. And we have played six new players in the few games we have played.”
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“I look at Pep Guardiola when he joined Man City — the first year was not a very good year. But he ended up becoming the best coach in the world and the team he manages [City] is the best in the world,” he added.
“You look at what happened to Pitso Mosimane when he was at Sundowns.
“I think it shows that at times when we’re not patient with ourselves, we end up maybe becoming too hard on ourselves as things are not going according to our plan.”