Kaizer Chiefs coach speaks out on Khune’s suspension

Kaizer Chiefs interim head coach Cavin Johnson has broken his silence on Itumeleng Khune’s suspension at the club. This is after Khune was officially suspended by the club for misconduct following reports alleging he arrived at training drunk.

“All of us are not perfect, that’s the one thing we have to know. Whatever happens to some of our players, or whatever to some of the players outside, whatever happens after they play, we all not perfect, things like that happen.

“We are all not perfect, we’re all just grateful that we work for an organisation for Kaizer Chiefs and they’re able to say ‘we’ll help you’.

“And that is what I’m grateful for that the club’s statement says we’re going to help you. As I said before, this club is run by men that should be walking with presidents.

“Look I think we have enough quality in the team, I just think they have not been given enough opportunities as individuals and I think the way we assess them, or the way we analyse them as part of the Chiefs family.

“I think that needs to be a little better between myself and my coaching staff. Because then we can give them more, they can be more positive towards themselves.

“If you did come to Kaizer Chiefs as an average player, then we will make you a better player. I think we need to get in their skin right now and there are good players,” said Johnson.

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