We fear no one – Zwane ahead of Downs clash

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Arthur Zwane,coach of Kaizer Chiefs reacts during the DStv Premiership 2022/23 match between Kaizer Chiefs and Maritzburg United, at FNB Stadium, in Johannesburg on the 9 August 2022 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix
  • Post published:August 12, 2022

Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane says that Mamelodi Sundowns have their shortcomings as a club and that his team fear no one.

The Soweto giants will face rivals Downs in the early kick-off on Saturday afternoon where both sides would be looking to make a statement after picking up one win and a loss in their opening two DStv Premiership games.

Downs have dominated the league for sometime and will be keen to bounce back after their shock midweek draw which may be a frightening prospect for any side in the league.

Zwane, however, insists his side fear no one but admitted they still have to improve.

“We don’t have fear. We fear no-one. If we are going to go to that game and be afraid to make mistakes, we are not going to improve,” said the Chiefs coach at a media day ahead of the clash.

“We have a long way to go, this will be our third game. So if we start thinking about losing games now, we are going to lose [some games], but if we have to go out there we will go and express ourselves.

“They [Sundowns] also have their shortcomings as a club. We will look at those loopholes and punish them.”

“If you are going to allow them to be on the board more often and dictate terms, you are going to get tired and they will punish you.

“At the end of the day you are going to look like you don’t know whether you are coming or going.

“We have to make sure the game is evenly balanced and we pose a threat to them as well.

“They’ve got good technical stuff, a very good squad and depth as well. But we are going out there to play like Kaizer Chiefs, not to think who we are playing against.”