Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs coach, Steve Komphela, says that the team’s preseason camp has proved
that he and his players are on the same wavelength.
Chiefs got knocked out of the King’s Super Cup in Swaziland on Saturday after
losing on penalties having drawn 0-0.
spoke to the club’s website declaring his satisfaction on the camp that was
held in Potchefstroom in the build up to the trip to Swaziland.
was a way of collecting info,” Komphela said.
my mind for the players to read. We shared many meals and there’s no better
interaction than in sharing a meal.
a lot that still has to be done. Everyday has its own dynamics.
strategy was to get there and integrate the players as a team. And address the
questions in terms of the aspects of football that we will apply in the
saw in the players the people who are interested. It is good to work with
engaging players. I observed with interest their understanding as they posed
are facing in the same direction. The camaraderie in the team was strengthened
at this camp," concluded Komphela.
first big test will be the upcoming Carling Black Label Cup on the 1st of August against Orlando Pirates.
handing the coaching duties to a fan for the day, Chiefs supporters will be
very interested to see how his team is coming along.