“Wathint’ iZebra Wathint’ imbokodo” Unknown
After the past week’s demolition by Sunflowers, a response was needed but boy, 6 goals! Readers of Khosiblog will remember these words:
This opponent is confident and will try to play an open game , believing in their own ability to match Chiefs pound-for-pound. They will usually often play a high [...]
After the weekend humiliation by the Flops, the question is were they that good, or were Chiefs that bad? A lot of truth has been said and will continue to be said about the ‘quality’ of the Chiefs squad (see here or here for example). However, considering the manner [...]
The Gauteng Cup has come and gone, as has the Carling Cup, and the season proper is starting this weekend against Sundowns in the MTN 8. What a way to start!
What have we learned though?
Or more importantly, what has Stuart Baxter learned? This is the purpose of these pre-season games after all, for [...]
Saturday’s Gauteng Challenge offers a first glimpse into the new Kaizer Chiefs era under coach Stuart Baxter, and will hopefully throw up a few pointers as to what we can expect when the season kicks off proper in a few weeks.
An empty season has resulted in a transfer flurry that has resulted in some [...]
Judging by the current debate in media circles, Kaizer Chiefs’ problems are all down to one thing really: quality players. Buy quality players and all your problems will disappear like ice on the Kalahari sand. No! argue others, give the coaching job to a local who understands the culture of local players, etc. A significant [...]
Ahead of the Nedbank Cup clash with Free State Stars, Chiefs parted with coach Vladimir Vermezovic, and the caretaker team of Donald Khuse, Doctor Khumalo and Arthur Zwane had only 2 days to think about Stars, a tall order considering how tactically sound Stars have become under Steve Komphela.
With that in mind, it would [...]
Chiefs came into this match fresh from the midweek loss to Black Leopards, while Stars were the form team of the Premiership, with 14 points out of a possible 18 in a run of 6 matches unbeaten.
Both sides lined up in nominally classic 4-4-2 formations, though with the movement of Tshabalala, Parker and Nale [...]
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