Zvane talks about who the Chiefs want to see in Ke Yona’s quarter-finals

Kaiser Chiefs coach Artur Zvane says that sometimes football is not about form, but about what happens on the day of the match.

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Zvane cited the example of how English giants Liverpool went from embarrassing Manchester United to losing to Bournemouth the following week to support his view.

He said this when answering a question about who he would like in the Nedbank Cup quarter-final draw.

The Chiefs made it to the round with a 2-1 unconvincing win over Division I side the Cusrick Stars on Sunday night. But Zvane remains determined.

“With us, we can play with anyone. We don’t choose who we want to play against,” Zvane said after the game.

“Whoever we draw, we obviously have to plan for them and go from there.

“No, it doesn’t matter (who we draw). This is football. I mean, it’s good that the Sundowns are doing really well.

“They are doing very well at this level, the Champions League (Caf), and everyone wants to be there,” Zvane said.

Not even afraid of sunsets, suggests Zvane.

Going to the draw on Monday night, most football fans and pundits are looking forward to who will play in the Sundowns.

This is because Zwane’s team has shown that their level is far from that of any team not only in South Africa but also on the continent.

The Sundowns scored five easily against Al Ahly in the Champions League group decider on Saturday afternoon in a 5-2 win.

But this does not frighten Zvane, who believes that everything is possible in football.

“Like I said, this is football, you know. This is one of the most unpredictable games ever.

“Whether you are on the right track or you are doing well at the moment, anything can happen in football.

“We watched Manchester United lose seven to Liverpool last week, and yesterday Liverpool lost,” the Chiefs manager explained.

The draw pots, which will take place at the SuperSport TV studio in Randburg, will feature the last eight teams remaining in the competition.

These are Sundowns, Dondol Stars, Sekhukhune United, Chippa United, Royal AM, Orlando Pirates and Chiefs.

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The Chiefs have gone an incredible seven years without trophies and Zvane will be looking to become the biblical messiah who will save the team from the rot they are going through.