Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune has commented on their difficult start under coach Gavin Hunt and explains how the team can change things around.
Khune looks to have re-established himself as Chiefs’ number-one, having donned the gloves in his side’s last four consecutive matches.
His performances thus far have yielded two clean sheets while conceding seven goals in six games across all competitions, which has been somewhat below his own previous best.
However, it is the team that finds itself struggling most, having managed just three wins – and only one in five league games – this season, as they languish in 13th place on the DStv Premiership standings.
The skipper, currently featuring in his 14th season since his first team debut for Amakhosi, says he is well versed on how things can change and has highlighted what is needed in the dressing room to effect this.
“I have been in this situation before. It takes a lot of courage from every individual to make the team tick and to get the confidence behind everyone in the team,” Khune commented on Chiefs’ website.
“It requires all of us to work hard and be leaders on the field. As the captain, I just wear the armband, but all the guys are leaders.
“The sooner we understand that, we as a team can c