Arthur Zwane was in charge of the DStv Diski Challenge match between Kaizer Chiefs Reserves and Chippa United Reserves at Tsakane Stadium on January 13, 2024 in Brakpan, South Africa. Zwane had taken over from Stuart Baxter a year earlier and led the team to a fifth-place finish and semi-final appearances in both the MTN8 and Nedbank Cup. Ntseki’s tenure was cut short due to poor results, leading to Cavin Johnson’s current interim position in recent months.

Speaking on Arena Sports hosted by Timeslive, Madida emphasized the need for a support system around Zwane to enable his success and highlighted his deep understanding of Chiefs’ culture, contrasting it with external hires who might lack this intrinsic knowledge. Madida also pointed out the potential for a coaching change to invigorate the squad and suggested that Zwane’s familiarity with the club could be the key to unlocking the players’ potential. He argued that bringing in someone unfamiliar with Chiefs’ culture may not be effective and suggested bringing Zwane back to lead the team.

Madida believes that with the right support and understanding of the club’s culture, Zwane could lead Chiefs to success in the future, despite not winning silverware during his coaching tenure. He highlighted the importance of coaching and understanding the culture of how to do things at Kaizer Chiefs. Madida expressed optimism that a new coach could invigorate the players and unlock their potential, and suggested that bringing Zwane back could be the key to motivating the players and achieving success.

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