After the announcement of Stuart Baxter's return to Nature a, former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye have revealed that Baxter is not the right man for the Phefeni Glamour Boys and he believe there is only one man who can save Amakhosi and help them restore their culture.
Baxter was announced a few days ago and Khanye believes the Motaungs should have at rehired Farouk Khan instead of brining in the man who won four trophies for Chiefs in a space of five years.
The former Soutb African under 23 International also slammed the burning of Molefe Ntseki as the head of Techncal team citing that he doesn't know anything about the philosophy of and the culture of the team.
"Kaizer Chiefs have lost their culture even Motaung's ancestors they know. They need to reshuffle the whole technical team. Molefe is a big no for me he doesn't understand the philosophy and culture of Kaizer Chiefs. They could have brought Farouk Khan instead."
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