Siphiwe Tshabalala admits that Kaizer Chiefs have not been doing as best as they can but stays positive in believing that the tide is slowly turning.
“Until now we have not been doing as best as we can. The most important thing is that we are slowly but surely getting there,” says Shabba.
Chiefs registered a 1-1 draw against Supersport United in their latest Absa Premiership fixture at the FNB Stadium. At first it seemed as though United had the upper hand in the match but the boys from Naturena turned the heat up and looked like the Chiefs team that many feared during their winning days.
“The game was an interesting one. We started slow but got the hang of it. I think that we are starting to click as a team and according to the changes we are trying to go through regarding tactics and all. Rome was not built in a day, so we have to be patient and the good times will return.”
Chiefs are now tenth after ten matches with fifteen points. They have drawn four times, lost twice and have won in four instances. The teams’ next fixture will be one against Ajax Cape Town at home on Tuesday 29 November.