Kaizer Chiefs legend Lucas Radebe believes the club can get back to where it belongs if the management can look at themselves and be honest.
Amakhosi are currently facing difficulties of not delivering any silverware in four years and they missed out on a top-eight finish last season while losing to TS Galaxy in the Nedbank Cup final.
The Glamour Boys, who used to be cups kings of South African football, in recent years have made several changes including three coaches and signed good players but nothing seems to be working in their favour.
'Rhoo' believes Chiefs' challenges are deeper than we think, but all can be sorted out if those in charge take responsibility and be honest to themselves about the challenges within the club.
"They need to restructure, dig deep where the problem is," Radebe said.
"They have players but the problem is deeper than that. Until they look at themselves and admit that everyone at some point has to be accountable.
"Everybody has to take responsibility in this great club on why it's failing this much. We and the supporters have huge expectations because we know what they are capable of producing."