Kaizer Chiefs to announce attacking coach? 173 goals in 89 matches

A section of Kaizer Chiefs supporters wanted the great Pitso Mosimane, but the leading candidate is now Nasreddine Nabi. Does he have reasons to excite the Amakhosi faithful? Yes. The Tunisian’s style involves highly creative and goal-scoring football.


According to recent reports, Amakhosi are waiting for Nabi to conclude the season with AS FAR in Morocco. The Glamour Boys will then be expected to seal the deal and announce the Tunisian as the new coach for Kaizer Chiefs next season.

As far as the expectations, Amakhosi followers and management will be expecating a coach who will win matches and thus win trophies. For that to happen, the Kaizer Cheifs coach needs to create a team that will score goals, and of course defend too. But you can’t win without scoring. Goals are more essential.

Looking at Nabi’s recent projects in the past three seasons, the Tunisia won two league titles, while a third could follow this weekend. The success has been made possible by scoring 173 goals in about three seasons.


  • 2021/22 season with Young Africans: 49 goals in 30 matches
  • 2022/23 season with Young Africans: 61 goals in 30 matches
  • 2023/24 season with AS FAR: 63 goals in 29 games (one match remaining this weekend).

For those of you thinking about defending, here are the list of conceded goals:


  • 2021/22 season with Young Africans: 18 goals in 30 matches
  • 2022/23 season with Young Africans: 8 goals in 30 matches
  • 2023/24 season with AS FAR: 22 goals in 29 games (one match remaining this weekend).

Do you think Nabi will be successful with Kaizer Chiefs in the DStv Premiership? Let us know in the comments section below.


Remember Ritchie at Naturena? The former left-back has reflected on his career as a Kaizer Chiefs footballer.

According to Ritchie, the experience was a joy but certainly came to early in his career.

“I enjoyed being at Chiefs but not as much though because I think I was a bit young at 20,” Ritchie told FARPost.

“You’re joining the club; you see the Shabbas, the Yeyes, the Gaxas, the Tshepo Masilelas and the Khunes.  You’re a young player, and you saw these guys who played the World Cup, and you’re like…so you’re intimidated.

“If I could go back I would have spent more time at Swallows and sign for [Chiefs] a bit later when I’m more mature. Going onto the field with [Chief] superstars, I felt like who am I kind of thing.

“The club is huge, and people expect a lot from players. Coming to a club like Chiefs, for me it was just that, dealing with that pressure. I probably went there later in my career, probably at 22 or 23; I think I would have done a lot better.

“For me, I think went too early,” the 33-year-old Ritchie concluded.

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