Zimbabwe international Khama Billiat has unpacked what he thinks is the reason for Kaizer Chiefs’s turnaaround which has seen them open a 10-point gap at the top of the ABSA Premiership table.
The 29 year-old, who made a triumphant return to his former school Gwinyiro Primary in Mufakose where he made some donations yesterday after arriving Harare to join his Warriors teammates in preparation for the Botswana clash, insists the resolute Amakhosi defence and unity in the team can better explain their resurgence.
“I really need to give credit to our defensive line; our defensive organisation is something that we have mastered very well,” explained Billiat of his side’s impressive record of having conceded just seven goals in their opening 11 games,” Billiat told Kick Off Magazine.
“That’s why we don’t concede as much as we used to, or the easy goals that we used to, but there’s still a lot of work that needs to be done.
“We just started understanding each other better as players, as well as the coach’s philosophy. It took us a bit of time, but I think we’re getting into it and we really look like a team right now,” he explained.