Stuart Baxter met with Kaizer Chiefs management today. Bobby has told the coach that his job is stable at the moment but he needs to deliver the best results and they also want him relaying on players like Nkosingphile Ngcobo, Njabulo Ngcobo, Happy Mashiane, Sabelo Radebe & changing goalkeepers when needed not every game.
Khosi I think we are too hush for this man (coach), this guy is doing well bafwethu. The strong Sandawns that we see today, it was not build in one year. Let us give this man time, you will enjoy his team on the coming months.
we must play de best player de coach think will sin him games nt wat u feel supposed to be playing" have you seen how dube was slipping the whole game" his chance will come and hope soon too " but to force him to be in a line up that won't benefit him and chiefs'
Motaung Teboho where you see them do great in your dreams " playing at swallows doesn't say you will do the same at chiefs" s for bafana they have no rites to tell the chiefs coach to field any player only because they think he is the future".
There's are many dynamics in football that you obviously don't understand. Chiefs created so many chances against sundown and they were let down by poor finishing.
And for that I give credit to coach Baxter for twerking with the formation of the team. E.g. playing 3-4-3 systems and playing nokovic little bid on the left. And like he said many teams will be very uncomfortable to play again chiefs.
And that progress is visible " every one can see it and most teams experienced it " ask downs they usually Don't give us problem but i like wat de coach is doing nd it will be wise to let him do his job atlist half season snd start judging him.
Yes my guy there's progress. Unfortunately regular fans wouldn't see that because they want instant success. Luckily Baxter is a very experienced coach and I'm pretty sure he wouldn't succumb to the pressure. He will select right players at the right time.
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