Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs head coach Steve Komphela was happy with what he saw from his
team against Chippa United, despite the fact they lost the pre-season
Komphela chose to give many of his new signings a run out and the
lack of fluidity was clearly evident among the new team-mates, but he
admits that they are still experimenting ahead of the new campaign.
"It's just the beginning and we're still trying to see other things –
there's a couple of players you want to have a look at and we're satisfied with the exercise, it gave us a lot of information," Komphela
told the SABC.
"We're looking a different things. In the first half I thought we had
good discipline in defense. It is part of a training exercise where
you're saying, 'sit in the block, let's keep positions, don't allow any
forward passes, and how quick do you come out.'
"From that point of view, defensively, I think it looked okay. Even
though I thought, when it came to back passes we needed to go through,
but we didn't.
"Second half it got better, but there were a couple of players we
were looking at and we're satisfied with the exercise. We can go back
[home] with our notes and move on."