Kaizer Chiefs is continuing drowning each and everyday. Kaizer Chiefs is suffering this season as they did not get chance to sign better players due to transfer ban. Kaizer Chiefs visited Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila in the DSTV Premiership. Kaizer Chiefs were fighting to get bsck in the top 10 while TTM wanted to secure maximum points to survive the relagation.
Kaizer Chiefs were beaten by TTM 2-1. Gavin Hunt after the match shared his thoughts. He said the game started well but red card left his team suffering. He said his team did not give goal cheaply but it was too much pressure. Gavin Hunt end his interview by saying he was expecting something from the match but things are tough at Naturena.
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