The Kaizer Chiefs fans were on a high after their team won the last two DStv Premier League matches against Chippa United and Supersport United, but they unfortunately came crashing down this afternoon after they were beaten 1-0 by Stellenbosch United in the DStv Premier League at FNB Stadium after a very disappointing performance.
It is clear that the Amakhosi faithful are outraged after their team's disappointing performance against Stellenbosch United, and countless Kaizer Chiefs fans are currently taking to social media site Twitter to vent their frustrations against the team and head coach Stuart Baxter...
"Baxter should be ashamed of himself"
"What about the players? So much star quality and we can't even get one goal against Stellenbosch, come on!"
"Very disappointing result after two games in a row. This inconsistency is unacceptable. We need to win such games if we want to compete ❤✌"
"Fact is, Stuart Baxter has some of the best attacking & creative players in the league with Ngcobo, Sekgota, Hadebe Mashiane, Dolly, Billiat etc. But he's so obsessed with defensive players yet we still concede every single game.
He's not good for Chiefs"
"Stuart Baxter is the biggest mistake we ever committed, he has no first eleven and keeps changing formation. Haaay maarn"
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