Kaizer Chiefs legend Doctor Khumalo believes the club needs to bring back people who understand the culture and brand of the Phefeni Glamour Boys.
Amakhosi on Saturday lost to TS Galaxy in the Nedbank Cup final at Moses Mabhida Stadium to extend their trophy drought to four years.
Khumalo, who is ranked amongst the greats at Chiefs, shared his thoughts on the current situation.
"Well the unfortunate part of this Chiefs situation, I didn't initiate it. We've played our part to make this club one of the best in Africa, everyone can see they are struggling. No trophy in years, it's not the culture of black and gold," Khumalo said.
"I don't and will never understand how they are failing to emulate what our generations managed to do that was left by the likes of Teenage Dladla, the late Ace Ntsoelengoe and others to make this institution feared in our football."
Former Amakhosi assistant coach Khumalo is hoping that soon those who are in charge at the club will do the right thing and bring back people who understand the culture and brand to help return to where they once were.
"There might be something going on there and I won't like to point fingers and judge people but it's clear. I hope and believe they will realise now they need to bring back some people who understand the DNA of the club. It's unfortunate that this club can go years without a trophy."
After their Nedbank Cup final loss it was clear that club officials were not impressed by the result and it could be a sign that Chiefs will ring big changes for next season.