While Zwane showered praise on the four attacking players, it has not always worked for the team this season. The forwards have been blamed for letting the team down by missing clear chances and contributing to Chiefs’ struggles. Although Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana remains the club’s top scorer with eight goals in all competitions, his tally could have been higher if he had been scoring regularly or taking most of his chances, the same as Du Preez and Dolly.
Zwane is not losing sleep over the team’s attacking struggles, as he believes in his players and their ability to create goal-scoring opportunities and be dangerous. However, attack is an area that Chiefs will need to invest in heavily if they want to challenge Mamelodi Sundowns for the PSL title next season.
Chiefs will resume PSL action on April 1 when they host Stellenbosch FC after the international break. Zwane will have to make tough choices to create room for upgrades, and Dolly might be among the regulars who will have to pave the way for new, more effective attacking players.
In conclusion, while Zwane trusts his attacking players to deliver, it is clear that the team needs to strengthen its attacking department to compete at the highest level. The team’s forwards have been blamed for missed opportunities and have struggled to score goals consistently, which has contributed to Chiefs’ struggles this season. As the team prepares for the rest of the season and beyond, it will be important to invest in effective attackers who can help the team achieve its goals.