- Kaizer Chiefs legend, Robson Muchichwa, has slammed his former team following their dismal season
- Muchichwa feels the Amakhosi have problems in defence, midfield and attack
- The Zimbabwean feels that the management team needs to improve and bring in players of a higher calibre
Kaizer Chiefs legend, Robson Muchichwa, has pulled no punches regarding the state of affairs at his former club.
Chiefs have struggled throughout the season, finishing ninth in the PSL.
The problem was then further exacerbated on Saturday following their shock loss to TS Galaxy in the Nedbank Cup.
While some social media users see the lighter side as per a report by Briefly.co.za, Muchichwa is looking on in horror.
The Zimbabwean enjoyed a decorated career at the Amakhosi and shared his thoughts on where the problems lie as reported by KickOff.com.
Muchichwa said, "Management needs to pull up their socks as well and try to bring quality to the team. If you have got seven quality players, you can also put the other three average players, they will also gel, you know what I mean?”
Briefly.co.za gathered that Muchichwa seems to have lost confidence in the players’ ability to turn things around.
He added, "It's so difficult to talk about the coach now if you don't have quality players.”
The Amakhosi icon continued his scathing assessment as he said: "I don't want to tell you lies, in defence we've got a problem, midfield we've got a problem, strike force we've got a problem. So we need quality in all those departments. Actually it's like we don't have a team.”
Muchichwa supported his argument by adding that the current crop of players has been unable to win silverware for the past four seasons.
Muchichwa has urged Chiefs’ chairman, Kaizer Motaung, to change his current process of signing players to enable the club to bring in players of a higher calibre.
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