Khuzwayo urges Kaizer Chiefs fam­ily to come to­gether


J- Kaizer Chiefs goal­keeper Bril­liant Khuzwayo has ur g e d t he Amakhosi fam­ily to come to­gether unit dur­ing th­ese try­ing times.

Amakhosi are cur­rently go­ing through a rough patch, with just two vic­to­ries in seven league matches.

The Phe­feni Glam­our Boys suf­fered one of their most em­bar­rass­ing de­feat when beaten 2-1 by Baroka at the Moses Mab­hida sta­dium last week­end.

The Amakhosi fans later staged a protest at the sta­dium and de­manded coach Steve Kom­phela to step down, but he in­sists he won’t quit.

De­spite start­ing the season on a poor note, Khuzwayo says his team is de­ter­mined to make amends and fi­nally win sil­ver­ware un­der the guid­ance of Kom­phela.

“For us win­ning the Car­ling Cup and win­ning the Maize Cup, we want to win ev­ery sil­ver­ware we come across. As Kaizer Chiefs ev­eryt hi ng we want to t a ke, ” said Khuzwayo.

“It’s un­for­tu­nate at this mo­ment in time we are on the back­foot but it’s up to us to have a strong men­tal­ity to also push more. Ev­ery fam­ily goes through tragedy some­times and it’s up to the fam­ily to come to­gether and fix those prob­lems and come through it well,” he added.

Kaizer Chiefs are set to travel to Bloem­fontein to face Bloem­fontein Celtic in the Macufe Cup to­day and Khuzwayo is con­fi­dent that his team will get chance to re­deem them­selves against Si­welele.

“There is no friendly match for us. Ev­ery game we play is a cup fi­nal. It’s a war,” said the shot stop­per.

Le­bo­gang Manyama.

Kaizer Chiefs goal­keeper Bril­liant Khuzwayo.

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