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For Half Of The Overrated Baxter's Salary, Myself And 'Tso' Can Do Better At Chiefs: Khanye

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye says Stuart Baxter is a 'bossy' kind of a coach and he is not going to succeed if he carries on with his bossing attitude, he feels this is the reason why Chiefs are not playing well because Baxter is bossing players around and they will not deliver if they are treated this way.

Speaking on IDiskiTV after Amakhosi were given a 4-1 thumping by Royal AM over the weekend, the former South African under 23 international said the Brighton Coach is overrated, he feels that if he was to be given a chance to coach Chiefs together with Bennedict 'Tso' Vilakazi and Joseph 'Duku Duku' Makhanya, they would do way better than Baxter who seems to be running out of ideas on how to win games.

Khanye said Baxter is earning too much while doing literally nothing, he said half of the salary could be more than enough for him and his friends to coach the team and make lead it to glory days.

“Stuart Baxter is overrated. Kaizer Chiefs has good players. This team doesn’t need a bossy coach, it needs a co-ordinator. Even I, Junior Khanye with Duku Duku Makhanya and Tso Vilakazi could lead this team to glory on half the salary that Baxter is on," Khanye said.

The 36 year old has always been on top of Chiefs' critics, he never approved Baxter's return since he felt replace Gavin Hunt by Baxter is like they did nothing at all because they play similar kind of football, their style of play has no structure.

The Daveyton born former dribbling wizard believes that the Phefeni Glamour Boys have signed enough quality to compete in every competition, but his main concerns is the coach since he has no confidence in him and Baxter so far has proven Khanye's theory right because he is struggling to put together a winning team despite having quality in his squad.


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