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It's like each man for himself at chiefs

A previous Kaizer Chiefs midfielder is stressed over the confidence in the group and has recommended that a gathering is required between the specialized group and the players to advance the circumstance. 

Bosses endured their second loss of the period toward the end of the week, subsequent to going down 4-1 to Royal AM at FNB Stadium on Saturday. 

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Amakhosi are twelfth on the DStv Premiership log with only four focuses from one win and attract four games, and will confront a flighty Marumo Gallants on Sunday in their next apparatus. 

Previous Chiefs midfielder, Ntokozo Sikhakhane, is stressed over what he accepts are the low degrees of trust in the Amakhosi camp. 

"In the wake of watching the match, I think the players are not sure. You can tell that from their non-verbal communication. I couldn't say whether this is on the grounds that they additionally lost against Sundowns as of late for sure, yet you can see that the players are not loose and it resembles they are consistently under tension. I generally say that in football you need sure players for a group to perform. Check out Sundowns, you can see that their players are sure, and they are having a good time on the field," said Sikhakhane, addressing the Siya group. 

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"Be that as it may, when you check out Chiefs, they look tense and it resembles they are simply playing for playing to respect the games. I couldn't say whether there are pressures inside the camp, for sure. The mentors and players need to plunk down and have a gathering since this that is occurring at the club since it will cost them going ahead. They can't consolidate to string five or six passes together. It resembles it's each person for himself at Chiefs," he added.

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