After watching their side fail to protect a 2-1 lead in the second half against Golden Arrows, Kaizer Chiefs supporters are blaming Gavin Hunt for making wrong calls during the match.
Chiefs played to a 2-2 draw against a motivated Golden Arrows side at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Kaizer Chiefs fans have previously criticized some senior players for dishing out below par performances in the previous matches, but this time the knives were out for coach Gavin Hunt.
It seems some substitutions that the coach made in the second half especially pulling out Lebo Manyama and Leonardo Castro didn't sit well with the club's faithfuls.
Arrows took the lead via a penalty but Amakhosi soon levelled matters, before taking the lead via the foot of Leonardo Castro, who walked the ball into an empty net after being set up by Khama Billiat.
Chiefs were caught sleeping by Arrows who capitalized on the high line to net the equalizer late in the second half.
Fans expressed their frustrations on the club's Twitter account, some going as far as calling Gavin Hunt a plumber. South African football fans usually calls a clueless coach a plumber.
Hunt was appointed Kaizer Chiefs coach before the start of the season, replacing German Ernest Middendorp who lost the league title on the last match of the season.
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