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Robson Muchichwa blames Stuart Baxter for all the bad results

Former Kaizer Chiefs utility player Robson Muchichwa is upset that the Soweto giants have conceded six goals in two games, and he blames it all on head coach Stuart Baxter.

Chiefs lost 4-1 to new boys Royal AM at FNB Stadium on Saturday, their second consecutive Premier Soccer League setback.

This came on the heels of a 2-0 loss to Mamelodi Sundowns six days prior.

Muchichwa believes Baxter is failing to carry out his predecessor Gavin Hunt's task of saving a "sinking ship."

Muchichwa told Soccer Laduma, "The coach needs to pull up his socks because Chiefs need to win."

“He must perform his duties. The Chiefs are a successful team, and they cannot continue in this manner. They can't afford to give up six goals in two games. He was summoned in to save a sinking ship, but the ship appears to be sinking faster and faster.

“Every player on the team has to step up and perform their part. They need to wake up because the Chiefs are a formidable opponent.”

Aside from the two consecutive defeats, the Soweto giants have only won one league game this season, a 2-1 victory against Baroka FC, which came after a 0-0 draw with TS Galaxy in their season opener.

After Royal AM's defeat, Baxter was chastised for apologizing.

Following former Bafana Bafana coach Clive Baxter's condemnation of Baxter's request for forgiveness, Muchichwa has added his voice to the chorus, condemning the apology.

Muchichwa stated, "We don't need apologies, we need wins."

“It's almost as though these players are carrying on from last season." I haven't noticed any changes in the coach since he arrived. A coach should not make excuses; instead, he should deliver results.

“What exactly is a coach apologizing for when he apologizes? He was summoned to salvage the sinking ship, but he now regrets it.”

With a journey to Limpopo to face Marumo Gallants on Sunday, the Chiefs will try to rebound from their dismal run.

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