Kaizer Chiefs interim co-coach Arthur Zwane has announced that the technical team and the club’s administration would meet next week to discuss Amakhosi’s coaching future plans.
On Saturday, the Chiefs play their final DStv Premiership encounter against relegation-threatened Swallows FC at FNB Stadium (3pm).
After Stuart Baxter’s sacking last month, Amakhosi great Zwane, who has been co-caretaker coach with ex-Mamelodi Sundowns and Bafana Bafana player Dillon Sheppard, has put his hand up for the role full-time.
Zwane stated at a press conference on Thursday before their game against the Swallows that talks will begin next week.
Amakhosi are working hard to prepare their players for next season, according to the former Chiefs winger, for “the new coach” and for consistency’s sake.
It’s unclear whether Zwane misspoke or knows more than we do.
“We are going to give the incoming coach that report so that he knows the challenges of the individuals.
“And also try to improve them, because what we are trying to do is to make sure we leave pillars in place for the incoming coach. And that there’s continuity for next season.”
To be in contention for second place, Chiefs must beat Swallows and hope that second-placed Cape Town City and third-placed Royal AM both lose their remaining games.