Reeve Frosler says there is no panic in the Kaizer Chiefs camp ahead of Saturday’s tough trip to Durban to face AmaZulu in the DStv Premiership and believes the team will turn their fortunes around. Kaizer Chiefs will head down to Durban for their 15h30 kick-off against AmaZulu in a DStv Premiership clash on Saturday afternoon with the aim of bringing back three points from their travels. The team will be aiming to keep up the historical dominance of their hosts.
The AmaKhosi have a single league win in five games this campaign and were also dumped out of the quarterfinals of the MTN8 in a poor start to the season.
It means they are already eight points behind leaders Mamelodi Sundowns, but Frosler says they just need to improve in “small things” and the wins will start coming.
“The season is long, the season is not five games, it is 30 games,” he says. “We’ve just got to be patient and keep getting the small things right. Eventually, we will add all the small things and get better, and hopefully, perform at our best again soon.
“The guys are positive in the dressing room. We still feel like we are doing OK. We’d like to get better, obviously, and the discussion is on how we can get better and how we can get the best out of each other.
“The dressing room is good, everyone is positive that we can do better throughout the season.”
Last season Chiefs won the corresponding fixture and have managed to get the better of AmaZulu in their last three away league games against them. A victory for Chiefs in this game will see them win four successive away league games against Usuthu in the PSL era for the first time.
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