Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs striker Samir Nurkovic has hit
back at critics who suggest the Soweto giants play an unattractive style of
Chiefs have tinkered with their style of play this season,
adopting a more direct route-one approach.
Amakhosi have scored majority of their goals via
set-pieces and this prompted Polokwane City head coach Clinton Larsen, after his
side's draw to Amakhosi, to say that the Glamour Boys were actively looking to win free-kicks and
had become one-dimensional in their approach.
But Nurkovic believes that Chiefs have found a winning
recipe and should stick to their ways.
Chiefs mentor Ernst Middendorp has often
mentioned this season that Chiefs are more interested in points than playing
football that is easy on the eye.
"If you are strong and good in something, you have to
do that. If you see that nobody can stop it, why not do that in every
game?" the Serb striker told KickOff.
"Every game’s approach is up to the technical staff and the
coaches who are in charge of that. As players, we don’t know what we’re going
to do until they tell us.
"So, we just wait for the technical staff to speak with us
and tell us what the game plan is. But every game is different, we can’t do all
the same things in every game, we’re coming with different stuff. Once again,
if you’re good at something, you do that – why not?"
- TeamTalk Media