“We’ve got players that have been part and parcel of the team for the past six to seven years, and things haven’t been going our way. That tells you there’s going to be change. We’re in the business of football, and it needs results.
“When it comes to that, we will try and see whom we can bring to beef up the squad and the players we should release. With the rate we’re going as a club, there’s no way we can still be saying we’ve got quality and we’re not winning games.
“When you talk about quality, you have to be winning and challenging for honours, and if you’re nowhere near there and for the past seven years, I’ll be lying to you if I say players will get it right.
“Some will get it right, some will not get it right, and as a club, the time will come for a change, and it’s not far. The time is now. We have to rebuild and look for players that are good enough to play for this team and go back to where we belong. We will play with no fear. It’s a setback; it’s not a train smash. We will change things for the better,” said Zwane.