Cavin Johnson Promises A Revamped Kaizer Chiefs In 2024

"If I'm leading this team, then it's going to be the hardest work that I've ever put in."

Cavin Johnson Promises A Revamped Kaizer Chiefs In 2024 - The Times Post
Cavin Johnson Promises A Revamped Kaizer Chiefs In 2024.

Cavin Johnson, the current coach of Kaizer Chiefs, has made a bold promise to deliver an improved and more competitive team when the league resumes after the Africa Cup of Nations.

Since taking over from Molefi Ntseki, who was sacked by the Chiefs due to poor results and a strained relationship with the fans, Johnson has managed to stabilize the team’s performance.

With four wins, two losses, and a draw in his seven matches, Johnson is determined to build on this foundation and take the team to new heights.

[ Ashley du Preez Assures Of His Support To Keep Chiefs’ Winning Run ]

Johnson acknowledges the importance of the upcoming break and the need to end 2023 on a high note. He recognizes that starting the new year with a different mindset and renewed determination is crucial for the team’s success.

“If I’m leading this team, then it’s going to be the hardest work that I’ve ever put in,” Johnson confidently states.

He emphasizes that the planning process involves not just himself but also a dedicated team, including medical staff, nutritionists, and technical experts. Together, they will work towards creating a different Kaizer Chiefs that will make its mark in the new year.

Kaizer Chiefs will resume their league campaign against TS Galaxy on February 13, and Johnson is eager to continue the team’s upward trajectory. Over the past two months, he has implemented changes that have transformed the team’s performance.

“We have brought in a little bit more effort, technical and tactical ideas as far as how the team should play, and it has worked,” Johnson reveals. The players have embraced these changes and are enjoying the new approach.

Recognizing the importance of mental well-being, Johnson plans to give the players a few days off during the break so they can spend time with their families and take a break from football.

He believes that this time away from the game will help them relax and clear their minds. “Hopefully, that will settle their minds by getting away from football and thinking about other sports like rugby or cricket,” Johnson suggests.

The promise of a revamped Kaizer Chiefs under Johnson’s leadership brings hope and excitement to the fans.

With his strategic planning, collaborative approach, and focus on both technical and tactical aspects of the game, Johnson aims to create a team that will be a force to be reckoned with in the new year.

Catch up with the latest news from The Times Post on WhatsApp by following our channel. Click here to join.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here