Kaizer Chiefs veteran midfielder Willard Katsande has suggested that were not 'pulling in the same direction' under Gavin Hunt.
Hunt was sacked on Sunday evening after managing just two wins from his last 17 league games with a 1-0 defeat to Black Leopards the last straw for the Motaungs.
Since then Molefi Ntseki has come in as head of the development academy, while Stuart Baxter is strongly linked with a return to the hot seat.
“Obviously we are going to play an important game against Arrows and we are coming back from a defeat [against Leopards].
“We want to apply our ourselves and redeem ourselves and our dignity‚” said Katsande.
“There is a lot still to play for so we just need to continue doing well and keep up the momentum going to the Caf Champions League semifinals [next month].
“We had a good run in the league [last season] and we got a spot to play in the Caf Champions League.
“So we should have continued to do that but unfortunately things did not go well and we are there to be blamed and everybody associated with the team.
“We should have done better.
“Me as Williard I should have done better but at the same time as a team we need to pull in the same direction of which we didn’t pull in the same direction because of hick-ups here and there.”