Khuzwayo calls for Chiefs unity

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 defeats 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 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 everything we want to take,” said Khuzwayo.

“It’s unfortunate at this moment in time we are on the back foot 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 on Sunday and Khuzwayo is confident that his team will get a 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.