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Arthur Zwane is not afraid of being fired at Kaizer Chiefs after a poor first season in charge.

Arthur Zwane and Dillion Sheppard to be fired?
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane and his assistant Dillion Sheppard.

However, Arthur Zwane’s days at Naturena are numbered as the majority of fans are against him.

Frustrated Chiefs fans attacked the club’s coach after a 1-0 defeat to Supersport United a week ago.

The defeat at Royal Bafokeng Stadium was one of the five defeats the club suffered in the last seven matches.


Despite the pressure on Zwane mounting after the latest 1-0 defeat to Cape Town City FC, he is not afraid of being fired.

The defeat leaves Chiefs in fifth position with 44 points after 30 games, three points off re they were last season at this point.

He acknowledges the fact that he is in a difficult position, but he is not afraid.

Over the years he has developed a thick skin, and it helps him to deal with difficult situations in life.

However, he is not the first coach to be in this situation and he is hoping to come out good next season.


Zwane and the club are currently in the market looking to add a few players to their thin squad.

And that will give him a chance to better his record of 17 wins, 14 losses, and 5 draws.

While scoring 39 goals and conceding 41 in all competitions.

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