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WIlliam Twala feels Kaizer Chiefs just need a bit of luck

Posted: 12 September 2016 Time: 19:21

William Twala feels all that Kaizer Chiefs need to overturn their bad start to the new season is a bit of luck.

Two losses on the trot in the new campaign have left the Chiefs faithful dejected and lacking confidence, yet their winger insists the side will not be bogged down.

“Everyone is gelling well,” Twala said. “We just need a bit of luck and confidence, but surely that is coming.

“Obviously it is a bit demoralising, but the coach always emphasises being positive in everything. He has told us that before everything good there will be a bit of a rough patch so we believe these past two games was our rough patch as we are now looking to change the results going forward.”

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The former Chippa United wide-man says the team has used the international break to good effect.

“During this international break we worked on everything that we could not achieve in our previous games from scoring, defending and a bit of work rate so on that note I think everything has been put into place,” he says. “We are under pressure with regards to results, but with the execution of performance we have been doing well – it’s just a pity we could not get the results.

“We have learnt that we need to score goals as much as we create and dominate. We need to execute the chances we create because if we don’t, we will always pay dearly.”

Amakhosi next tackle Platinum Stars at FNB Stadium on Wednesday evening.

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Article by: Lovemore Moyo
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