Interim coach of Kaizer Chiefs Arthur Zwein has suggested that sooner or later, a new head man may appear.
Zwayne and his assistant Dylan Sheppard led the team after the dismissal of Stuart Baxter in April, but they do not seem to be entrusted with the job on a permanent basis.
Arthur Zwein believes Kaizer Chiefs will appoint a new coach
In all, the 48-year-old Zweine has taken responsibility in six games, losing in the first three earlier, with the calculation winning in both sides of the draw.
Last season, Zwayne also had to hold the fort after Gavin Hunt was fired, and naturally with a long tenure also changed the interim leadership along with Dr. Humale and Ace Huss when Vladimir Vermezovich took office in 2012.
Twain is simply tasked with taking charge until the end of the season, which for the Kaizer Chiefs falls this weekend when the Glamor Boys face the Swallows in a desperate attempt to finish their place in the CAF club competitions.
When the new boss comes
The interim boss has now made remarks about the new coach.
Asked to clarify the statement, Bell said it was not something he could shed further light on and the club would make an announcement.
It is unclear whether the new coach will like the subscriptions already made by Kaiser Chiefs, but Zvana did not delve into the transfer business.
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Bell joined Kaizer Chiefs as a player in 2000, and after giving up the game in 2010 moved to the club’s technical team.
It is reported that Kaizer Chiefs has been flooded with applications for the position of head coach, but it is unlikely that this work will be delivered to the Bell on a regular basis.
Although some fans support the idea of getting a job with Bell, doubts remain about his ability to bring the club back to fame.