In the 1-1 draw against Sundowns, there were sustained periods where one could see Zwane’s influence as Chiefs matched the Brazilians in possession, passing and chances.
Despite the difference in quality and confidence, Chiefs' players played without fear, showed composure and displayed attacking zeal.
Giving Zwane an opportunity would be one commendable action taken by the club, but the other key element would be improving the squad with quality players.
In their match against Chiefs, Sundowns co-coaches Manqoba Mngqithi, Steve Komphela and Rulani Mokwena left Lyle Lakay, Thabiso Kutumela, Teboho Mokoena, Neo Maema, Thapelo Morena and Gift Motupa on the bench.
Some of the players Zwane started with did not have the quality of those on Sundowns' bench.
It is clear Chiefs need to go to the transfer market.
After the game against Swallows, Zwane said even if money was no issue for Chiefs there are not many players available who are good enough to play for the club.
“It is going to be the biggest challenge for us to get everyone we need right now when you look at left-backs, central defenders, left-footed central defenders or strikers available.