Steve Komphela will remain curious and hungry to learn, taking a step up into the uncomfortable zone to improve himself as Kaizer Chiefs coach STEVE Komphela will remain curious and hungry to learn, taking a step up into the uncomfortable zone to improve himself as a coach at Kaizer Chiefs, the new Amakhosi coach said when presented to the media on Wednesday.Komphela — famously as much a poet and philosopher as a football coach when he speaks — tried to convince a packed media conference at a freezing Kaizer Chiefs Village in Naturena he was far more comfortable on a training field.The coach said it was a new environment he had stepped into from what he was used to at Maritzburg United, the club Komphela has left with a year remaining on his contract, and where he was used to a handful of journalists at media briefings.Komphela said he accepted the Chiefs job, replacing Stuart Baxter, to take himself out of a comfort zone and coach a big club — he has taken on SA’s biggest."Football...

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