Chiefs coach Colin Cooper might be feeling the pressure of his side's Super Rugby slump, but does believe he is also the man to lead them out of it.
A horrible start to the season got even worse for the club with their record‑breaking 57‑28 thrashing at the hands of the Crusaders in Christchurch last night, which leaves the team winless and dead last in the competition.
Ahead of their match against Hurricanes this week, Cooper says that the team just needs to work together and make sure they work hard to find solutions for issues.
The Chiefs will face the Hurricanes at 6.35pm Friday while the Brumbies will meet the Waratahs at 8.45pm.
On Saturday, the Stormers will take on the Jaguares at 5.10am, the Sunwolves will meet the Reds at 4.15pm while the Crusaders will face the Highlanders at 6.35pm.
On Sunday, the Lions will meet the Rebels at 1.05am.
Taking a look at the points table, defending champions, the Crusaders remain at the top with 17 points, in second place are the Bulls with 13 points, the Rebels are in 3rd place with 12 points, in 4th place are the Hurricanes with 13 points while the Sharks are in 5th place with 11 points.