Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane says his team has a long way to go despite winning back-to-back DStv Premiership matches.
Amakhosi started the year with three successive defeats against Sekhukhune United, Amazulu and Mamelodi Sundowns.
Despite two wins against Orlando Pirates and Richards Bay, Zwane believes that there’s still a long way to go.
“We started off brightly [against Richards Bay] and fortunately, we got a goal from a dead ball situation,” the Chiefs coach told journalist at King Zwelithini Stadium.
“From there we created another two, three or four chance to increase the scoreline but we did not punish them. They got a red card but we took the foot off the pedal – we did not put them under pressure. I believe had we done that consistently we would have had a big chance of scoring more goals.
“In the second half we were playing in patches – we made some promising moves and we could have capitalized again but we did not take our chances. But we still have a long to go.”
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“Against Richards Bay we started without Ash [Ashley du Preeze] and next week we will start without Zitha [Kwinika] and Christian [Saile] because of suspension. We are struggling to keep a consistent line-up so that we can build on it.
“But the positive thing to come here at King Zwelithini, an away game against a team that is doing well to grind results. And we will build on it going forward. And I must give credit to the boys even though I believe we could have done better in terms of taking chances that we created.”
By Zola Doda