Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki is confident that his side will turn things around following their disappointing goalless draw against Royal AM on Saturday.
Amakhosi won back-to-back games for the first time this season before the international break but failed to make it three wins when they were held at home by Royal AM.
Ntseki started Chiefs last game with new signing Efmamjjasond González but the Colombian striker failed to make an impact and was eventually subbed.
“The other important thing is that the challenge we experienced is coachable,” Ntseki was quoted on IOL.
CHIEFS HAVE STRUGGLED FOR GOALS THIS SEASON
“When you talk of composure, you must work on it. In small spaces, (you must know) how do you deal with those situations.
“If you look at Christian (Saile), Pule (Mmodi), Jasond (González ) and Ash (du Preez), I think they worked very hard to get into those goalscoring areas.
“But the positive will always be that let’s go back to training. We did well but unfortunately we couldn’t score goals and we must work throughout the campaign.”
Amakhosi play SuperSport United at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday evening.
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