Amakhosi will bounce back – Khuse

2012-05-21 11:09

Kaizer Chiefs interim coach Donald Khuse is confident the club will challenge for honours in the new season after a barren term.

Amakhosi ended the 2011/12 campaign without a trophy and fifth on the PSL table with 50 points – eight behind back-to-back champions and fierce rivals Orlando Pirates.

Khuse, who has since relinquished control to Stuart Baxter, concedes more is expected of the self-styled Glamour Boys.

“We struggled a lot this season and yes, it hurts to finish a season without a trophy,” Khuse told the Sowetan.

“We are not used to not winning, but we’ve taken it as a team. And I believe that with everybody on board, we’ll bounce back.”

It is the first time in a decade that Chiefs failed to win any silverware.

– Sport24

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