The strategy was set for Amakhoshi’s coach on June 9 after Gavin Hunt’s exit, but he has not yet received his work permit.
The PSL heavyweight Kaiser chief is still optimistic about getting a work permit from Stafford Baxter to face Al-Ahly in the Kiev Champions League final next weekend.
Amakhosi announced the repatriation of the 67-year-old on June 9, two weeks after he centered on Gavin Hunt.
He was joined by Arthur Zwane and Dylan Shepard, who have been interim partners and assistants since becoming part of Hunt’s backroom staff, with the option of a two-year extension Contracted for two years.
However, the tactician has not yet obtained his work permit and his aides worked in the semi-finals to ensure that the chiefs sealed their place in the final.
Since then, the Soweto giants have provided an update on the status of the strategy.
“You can work on the status quo as it has been for the last two matches,” said Veena Mahosa, communications officer for Qaiser Chiefs. Sport Unlock.
“We are hoping to get a work permit before traveling to Casa Blanca and having a coach on the bench.
“But since things stand out, we’re covered. If it’s on the bench or not, we’re fine.”
Amahosi keeps his opponents close to his chest to signal to his opponents who will take part in the final in Casablanca, Morocco.
“All the players are traveling to Morocco and the day before the final we will reveal who will be available and who will not be available,” Mephosa added.
“We will keep our cards close to our chests. It is wise to keep these cards on your chests and not defeat the opposition. People like Patsu [Mosimane] You know our players. “
The Chiefs finished eighth in the Premier Soccer League season at the table after a difficult domestic campaign, in which they lost the MTN8 and Nedbank Cup trophies.
In the 30 matches they have played, the Chiefs have won just eight, drawn 12 and lost 10. He scored 34 more goals and won 37, ending the campaign with 36 points.
He hopes to win the Champions League for the first time in his history and take the season to new heights.