Khan: Dear Kaizer Chiefs supporters

A brand new technical team is set to arrive at Kaizer Chiefs for next season. Farouk Khan has sent a message to the supporters.


In case you have not been reading the news, Amakhosi are expected to announce Tunisian coach Nasreddine Nabi as the new head coach, as well the Frenchman Fernando Da Cruz as his assistant.

Meanwhile, Khan has pleaded with the Kaizer Chiefs faithful to be patient with the incoming coaches.

“These are highly-rated coaches that are coming in. They’ve got a lot of experience and they will find a way to make sure Chiefs is successful,” Khan told FARPost.

“I understand fans are frustrated, the management is frustrated and the players are frustrated as well. The supporters should support the coaches while they try to settle in. Remember, this is a completely different environment for them, but we’re talking about experienced coaches.

“Chiefs is a big brand, that’s what attracted them [new coaches] to joining the team. At Chiefs there is no time to say, ‘we’re building’, results should start coming as soon as possible.

“I’m sure the management will back the coach with buying the players he wants to fit his system and style of play. But to Chiefs supporters, they should let the coaches settle in without putting too much pressure on them,” Khan added.


“As the management team, we are resolute in our determination to rectify the situation and ensure we turn things around in the new season. We have thoroughly reviewed the season and have begun making appropriate changes as we get underway with preparations for the new season,” Kaizer Chiefs stated.

“Members of management and the technical team will be working tirelessly over the next few weeks to ensure that the team hits the ground running when the 2024/25 season begins at the start of August. The Club will communicate further changes to the personnel as they happen.

“Lastly, as we plan to start another season, the Club will soon announce the new coach and his technical team, which will be tasked with guiding the team back to winning ways as we approach our 55-year anniversary in the next season.

“These changes, and other developments, will be communicated in due course on our various platforms – including the Club’s website and official social media apps – as and when they unfold, to keep our supporters abreast of the progression,” the club added.

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