Kaizer Chiefs legend Lucas Radebe has challenged the Soweto giants’ management to take accountability if the club is to return to their old winning ways.
Amakhosi have not won any silverware in four years, and came close to ending their trophy drought at the end of last season, but were shocked by National First Division campaigners TS Galaxy in the Nedbank Cup final. To make matters worse, they missed out on a top eight finish for the upcoming campaign.
‘Rhoo’ alluded that the club’s personnel needed to restructure themselves because of the huge responsibility the club carries for its fans, by rooting out the problem.
“They need to restructure, dig deep where the problem is,” Radebe told KickOff.com.
“They have players but the problem is deeper than that. Until they look at themselves and admit that everyone at some point has to be accountable.
“Everybody has to take responsibility in this great club on why it’s failing this much. We and the supporters have huge expectations because we know what they are capable of producing, “Radebe said.
Radebe racked up over 100 appearances for the Glamour Boys between 1989 and 1994, before moving to Leeds United in England where he became a household name.