Chiefs fans: "Gavin Hunt must leave the club he makes it to be worse"
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 528 views
Kaizer Chiefs fans have been asking themselves if it's because of the coach or the team that makes the team to be worse given that they were doing much better last season by the same squad with a different coach.
Some of the fans are saying the coach need players of his choice to produce a winning team. He is indeed one of the best coaches in PSL looking his achievements in the previous teams he coached.
Some of the fans are saying the very same squad was doing better under Ernst as they scored more goals and dominated the League on that season, they just lost it at the end of the last match.
It is said that the coach is not the good one that needs to keep the twam moving forward. Some of the legend of the team with the likes of Junior Khanye are not supporting the fact that Hunt is a Chiefs coach.
Gavin Hunt may be the coach that the team is looking for. He can give players good positions and they do play on their best. They only need to give him a chance on the tranfer window for the best players.
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