Former Kaizer Chiefs Football Club player Junior Khanye has been hard and harsh on his former club according to club fans.
Source: Kick Off Magazine
Even though his thoughts about the club are deemed to be harsh, they are most of the time also true.
Source: SABC News
With that said we have decided to look at four times, Khanye predicted something about the club and turned out to be the exact way he said it will be.
Chiefs won't win the league despite leading the log with 13 points, and Chiefs didn't win the league that season. They lost the league on the last day to Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club.
2. Chiefs hiring Gavin Hunt
Despite his success at his previous clubs Bidvest Wits and Supersport United, Khanye was against Chiefs hiring hunt as he felt he plays the same football as the coach before him Ernst Midderndorp.
3. Nurkovic is not a ball playing striker
While Nurkovic was banging in goals week in week out, Khanye said that the striker will find its score once PSL clubs find a way to deal with his aerial qualities.
4. Baxter is like Hunt
When Baxter was appointed as Chiefs head coach towards the end of last, Khanye said Chiefs will struggle under Baxter as he is no different from Gavin Hunt, and currently, Chiefs is struggling.
Source: Amakhosi Football Club Facebook page
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