‘Things will be better at Naturena’ – Chiefs legend

Kaizer Chiefs legend Donald ‘Ace’ Khuse believes the club needed religious intervention for their lack of trophies, and that the ancestors have heard their plea.

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The Glamour Boys have been trophyless for four seasons now, which is their worst dating back to the history of the Premier Soccer League (PSL).

The Naturena-based outfit has however started the season with a bang, winning three of their five league matches, drawing one and losing the other.

‘Ace’, who has contributed a lot in making a name for Amakhosi across the continent, shared his thought on the club’s silverware drought.


“I think you can play well but if you don’t have luck, you will always struggle. The team missed clear chances because of lack of luck. This season they are converting them, it’s really promising, even the new and old players are really showing hunger,” Khuse explained as quoted by KickOff.com.

“I don’t think they were too bad in the past few seasons, luck was not on Chiefs’ side, but now it seems like things are getting back to normal.

“The ancestors are with us again, they’ve heard our cries and pain. Even God is with us again because we always pray that things get better at Kaizer Chiefs.” 

“We pray to God to forgive us if we’ve done something bad in the past. We know He will forgive us because He cares for us, He’s a man of grace. Things will be better at Naturena this season.” 


The Glamour Boys will be looking to bounce back when they visit AmaZulu who are yet to win a match on Tuesday at the King Zwelithini Stadium in Umlazi, Durban.