Kaizer Chiefs head coach, Steve Komphela is known for his interviews. The Free State born mentor always sends us to the dictionaries whenever he has the mic. Supporters Club have put together some of his classic lines and you can tell us in the comments section below which one is your favourite.
Before the game against Sundowns: “You know in the olden days when Jesus Christ went through his lessons, he was never specific in his references, he would always use symbols because whenever a symbol is used in process where something has to rectified, none of us get consumed. If I were to refer to someone and say eishmara mfethu umnyama, I would put it like that because I am, but if I were not I would put it in a way that has respect in what I’m referring to, I hope you understand”
Robert Marawa replies: “No I don’t “
Komphela continues: “I’m glad you don’t , less I get misinterpreted”
After the game against Chiefs, coaching Maritzburg United: “The fact that Steve is Black doesn’t justify the fact that he must be put under the sun forever.”
After the win against Polokwane City: “The difference between chalk and cheese, much as they are white, is huge.”
On the new Chiefs striker, Gustavo Paez: “If pressure was a language it would be French to Paez and he speaks Spanish.”