Farouk Khan: Why once-mighty Kaizer Chiefs have gone into decline

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Farouk Khan: Why once-mighty Kaizer Chiefs have gone into decline

Former title-winning assistant coach believes Amakhosi need to go back to their roots to bring back the glory days

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Former Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach Farouk Khan says his former employers have lost their culture and philosophy and this is one of the reasons behind the decline of the once-mighty Amakhosi.

Khan‚ who won two league titles as assistant to the late Ted Dumitru in 2004 and 2005‚ also played a crucial role in promoting the likes of Jabu Mahlangu‚ Gerald Sibeko‚ Junior Khanye and Thabiso Malatsi.

“They must identify their playing style‚ philosophy and game model — it basically means they must identify their culture‚” Khan said. “Chiefs had a culture which made them the Phefeni Glamour Boys and they have to search and go back to their roots...

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