KCTV to treat international break blues

The FIFA International break has left many supporters craving for football. The Kaizer Chiefs TV (KCTV) show is just what the doctor ordered to address that lack of soccer action.

This month’s KCTV show kicks off at home with the introductory Chairman Speaks segment before hearing from the latest young additions to the Kaizer Chiefs first team. They are already a hit with the supporters.

Being a club with a big support base is not without its challenges, as Kaizer Chiefs have to tend to its supporters all over the country and across the continent. It is easy to show up at a stadium to play, but it’s something entirely different to leave a long-lasting impression on the supporters in the various areas.

For this reason, Head of Kaizer Chiefs Youth Development Academy Sundra Govinder led a delegation of coaches from our Youth Development Academy to Addo Valley outside Port Elizabeth. They then, through soccer clinics, imparted knowledge on aspiring coaches and players, who later applied those learnings in a tournament.

That was not all, a few talented youngsters earned themselves the opportunity to train with the Kaizer Chiefs Youth Development Academy.

The Soweto Giants also took that approach of looking after their supporters to Durban where Erwin Arends and friends were the proud beneficiaries of The Best Seat in the House. Not only did they get to sit in luxury and watch a game from a great viewpoint, they got to do so with a prominent first team player.

Another supporter initiative developed by Chiefs and official vehicle sponsor Toyota is reviewed on the show too. Supporters who have not heard about it should watch KCTV to see exactly what they missed out on, as another opportunity will arrive soon. So don’t miss out again.

Tune in to SuperSport 4, DStv channel 204, on Thursday, 28 March at 19:30 for a dose of KCTV to treat the international break blues.