Johnson promises a different Kaizer Chiefs in 2024

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The former Platinum Stars and SuperSport United coach has won four of his seven matches.

Johnson has steadied the ship since taking over the hotseat from Molefi Ntseki who was sacked by Chiefs after a string a poor results and had a turbulent relationship with Amakhosi faithful.

The former Platinum Stars and SuperSport United coach has won four of his seven matches while suffering two losses and registering a single draw.

“This mini-break is probably the hardest that I’m going to work because you can’t end 2023 on a high like this and start 2024 in a different mode,” Johnson said confidently.

“If I’m leading this team, then it’s going to be the hardest work that I’ve ever put in. Having planned already what we’re going to do, it’s not Cavin Johnson that is planning this whole thing.

“It’s Cavin Johnson and company which includes the medical people, nutritional department, physical and technical people. We will work together and it will be a different Kaizer Chiefs that comes out to play in the new year.”

Amakhosi will resume their league campaign against TS Galaxy on February 13. They will be looking to continue their upward trajectory under Johnson who has somewhat transformed the team over the last two months.

“More technical and tactical ideas as far as how the team should play and it has worked. The players have welcomed it and they enjoy it. We will give the players off for a few days so that they can spend new year’s and a couple of more days with their families. 

“Hopefully that will settle their minds by getting away from football and think about rugby or cricket or something else but not football.”


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