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Ex-Kaizer Chiefs captain Neil Tovey feels Chiefs players are not putting enough effort to help Arthur Zwane steer the ship.

Zwane setting up training equipments for Chiefs players.
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane.

Soweto Giants are going into their ninth year without lifting a trophy after failing to win any silverware this season.

Much of the blame is directed at Zwane, as the club is set to miss out on CAF football next season.

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The club’s legend Tovey has come to the defence of Zwane and shifted the blame to the players as well.

Tovey feels the players are not putting in enough effort in helping the club to return to its glory days.

He further went on to say that they should also bare the blame as Zwane is doing.

However, he condemned the actions of the fans and also understands their frustrations.

While Tovey shows a bit of sympathy other club legends like Shane Mcgregor and Mike Rapatsa feel Zwane is not the right man to lead Chiefs.

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As he and his technical team lack the experience and knowledge to lead the club forward.

Despite legends’ opinions, Zwane will take charge of Chiefs’ match against Cape Town City FC at FNB Stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg.

The match will take place this upcoming Saturday with kick-off set for 3 pm.

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