Like any fan base, Kaizer Chiefs followers get excited easily when they push the panic buttons. This season might not be easy, so here are 10 reasons why.

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BRIGHT START BEFORE LOFTUS FAILS

Despite an ‚Äč‚Äčopening defeat on the first day of the season, the Glamor Boys started with a great performance Royal AM before making little boys Maritzburg United in last week’s 3-0 win at FNB.

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Amakhosi came back down to Earth as Mamelodi Sundowns won 4-0 at Loftus last Saturday.

Suddenly, some of the fans fell, the new era failed. Some went so far as to question Arthur Zwane’s quality as a coach.

The Amakhosi team during the first game of the 2022/23 season at Royal AM. Image: @KaizerChiefs / Twitter

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10 REASONS KAIZER CHIEFS FANS SHOULD BE EXCITED

  1. The top team in Mzansi, Mamelodi Sundowns, have the same technical team since 2020.
  2. A new project bears fruit for two or three seasons.
  3. Creating a new squad takes an average of three transfer windows, not alone.
  4. New players tend to settle in during the second season after joining a new club.
  5. Kaizer Chiefs are yet to sign at least one more striker before September 22.
  6. Coach Zwane is yet to find his best starting 11.
  7. The starting team will soon help to form the appropriate playing squad.
  8. The new existing four-back defense needs more plays to understand each other.
  9. Every opponent gives 100% at this stage of the season until the quality of the team starts to show later on.
  10. Zwane is still developing as a PSL head coach.

So, it’s too early to go wild on social media after one strong performance or fire someone after one bad result. Fans should expect plenty of ups and downs.

Meanwhile, the Glamor Boys prepare for their trip to Durban. The club will play a home match against Richards Bay at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday 20 August at 8pm.

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