Molefi Ntseki believes the FIFA break came at the right time for Amakhosi
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki believes the upcoming FIFA international break came just at the right time for the Glamour Boys as they have shown signs of improvement in their last 3 matches.
With Chiefs on a 3 match unbeaten run in all competitions so far, Ntseki thinks since they started with their first game of the season until now the team has improved and picked up steadily well to where things are now.
"I think the game we played against Stellenbosch FC was a high-intensity game and we had to dig deep to win that game, so I think the FIFA break is coming at the right time.
It's the right time to also work with the players especially on the tactical part of the game and also give them some break in terms of physical demands that we put on them in winning those high intensity games," Ntseki said.
With Chiefs only returning back to action on the 16th of September against Royal AM at the FNB Stadium, Ntseki is keen on also using the FIFA break to work on the team's tactical understanding and tactical cohesion.
The Glamour Boys will however be without Pule Mmodi after being called up to replace Themba Zwane in the upcoming Bafana Bafana friendly matches against Namibia and DR Congo.