The loyal Kaizer Chiefs supporters are longer happy with the favouritism of players from their technician Stuart Baxter. They believes that the man does not see the important players that will win him significant matches.
He has specific players that he wants to use in all the matches he plays even if they are out of form. And he does not want to use the youngsters who have good talents with the likes of Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Happy Mashiane and others.
The man is also using other players with the likes of Njabulo Ngcobo in wrong positions as a defensive midfielder and forcing Frosler as a left back though he has the good players who will do the work.
It is said that the strike is planned on Twitter to take the necessary steps in order to save the talents from the development of Amakhosi.
Kaizer Chiefs has registered 4 shorts on target in their last two matches and they are always defending throughout the match.
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