Johannesburg – Newly appointed Kaizer Chiefs Head of Technical and Youth Development Academy Molefi Ntseki has admitted that the new era will require the best players to be a success.
Ntseki was unveiled on Monday afternoon to work closely with the Amakhosi technical team, including the scouting department, and all the club’s youth structures.
And while Ntseki feels Chiefs have the resources to achieve success, he revealed that the project needs the club to get the best players available.
“It is important for us to compete with the best in Africa and the world because I think we have the resources to do that. We have the leadership for that,” he told the Amakhosi media department.
“The project needs to get the best players to make the senior team a winning team. The history is so rich, and you need to add more because the bar is very high,” he said.
He thanked Kaizer Motaung and everyone who contributed in making Chiefs the brand it is today.
He said he grew up watching and listening to Chiefs matches, their players and the success stories on TV and radio respectively, and that inspired him to dream of working for the club.
“I need to thank the club, the chairman and everyone who has made Kaizer Chiefs what it is today. Growing up I used to watch Kaizer Chiefs on TV and listened to radio about the players and the success story. It has inspired me to say one day I will be part of this big brand,” he said.