Chiefs legend: "They will not win any other match, they will be relegated"
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 3736 views
The former Amakhosi midfielder Junior Khanye does not believe that Kaizer Chiefs have a good chance in the league. They are underperforming and much poor when going forward.
The man made it clear that he was very much disappointed by the time when they appointed Gavin Hunt as a coach. Most of the people feel like he is contributing in them losing this much given that they were doing much well last season when they had Ernst Middendorp in the team. They just failed to win the last match to take it home.
The midfielder added that he went to get crazy when Gavin Hunt failed to bring back Thiben and he knew very well that he was not going to sign any player due to the transfer ban.
The technician tried to do something with his squad and he went to win three matches in a raw. He does not have a perfect line up in his team and players continues to make mistakes with the likes of Itumeleng Khune.
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