Zwane reveals Chiefs transfer strategy


Kaizer Chiefs interim coach Arthur Zwane has revealed details about the club's transfer strategy for next season.

Chiefs are currently competing to qualify for continental football next season and currently occupy fourth place in the DStv Premiership standings behind champions Mamelodi Sundowns, Royal AM and Cape Town City.

The Amakhosi are just two points behind the latter, albeit having played a game more, in the race to reach the CAF Confederation Cup and a further point adrift of high-flying Royal AM who occupy the final qualification spot for the CAF Champions League.

Their hopes were boosted on Tuesday after Keagan Dolly fired the club to a 1-0 win over Marumo Gallants with a strike that ended the team's five-match winless streak in the league.

Chiefs have notably adopted a different style of play under interim coach Arthur Zwane and the club legend has revealed that any new signings coming in will have to be suitable to the system that is being employed on the pitch.

"It is key that everyone who is going to come in will have to fit into the system and the way of playing," Zwane said in his post-match press conference. "It's pointless for us to try and play the way we want to play but then we're not getting the players that will fit into that system.

"Gone on the days where we would just bring in any player to Kaizer Chiefs for the sake of saying 'he's a good player.' He can be a good player but not for Kaizer Chiefs. So we will go specifically for players who we think will suit our style of play."

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