Kaizer Chiefs strongman Willard Katsande believes in the process being implemented by new coach Giovanni Solinas regardless of the club’s early struggles under the Italian.
Chiefs have registered their worst start to an Absa Premiership season in a decade with a loss and three draws, most recently playing to a goalless stalemate with Maritzburg United at Harry Gwala Stadium on Friday.
However, Katsande feels the Soweto giants are delivering decent football but just need to be more decisive in front of goal, as was the case in their 3-0 rout of Free State Stars in the MTN8 quarter-finals.
“I think I believe in the process. We are playing some good football in the last couple of games but we conceded soft goals,” Katsande said.
“I think going forward we just need to work on our execution like the coach said. We just need to be more clinical in front of the goal.
“But all is not lost. We know that there’s pressure out there, we just need to do good. We can only affect the future and whatever happens yesterday we don’t have power over it. The only thing we can affect is the future which is the next game.
“Now we need to go back to the drawing board and try and rectify one or two things. We managed to create a few chances which is positive and a plus to us, because if we were not getting there to the final third that was going to be a big mountain to climb.
“But we are getting there, and we just need the finesse, which is the final touch. But I think with time, processes, I think it’ll come right.”
Amakhosi next visit SuperSport United in the first leg of the MTN8 quarter-finals at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday (15h00).