Robert Marawa Gives Reasons Why Middendorp Is Better Than Hunt! Do You Agree With Him?
By Focke-Wulf_F190 | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 2567 views
Following Kaizer Chiefs' most recent loss to AmaZulu FC, speculations and opinions have once again started flying around and one of them is Robert Marawa's opinion. Just after Amakhosi slumped to a 2-1 home defeat in the hands of AmaZulu FC, Robert Marawa have come all out against Gavin Hunt, giving dynamic reasons as to why some players are not performing well even though they did well with other coaches.
"In my Opinion, I think Ernst Middendorp is better than Gavin Hunt. For example take a look at Lebo Manyama when he was under Ernst, he used to play his best football and now, it's not the Manyama we know from CapeTown City and under Ernst. You know why? Gavin Hunt's treatment towards players is not right, that's why you won't get the best out of them" Robert Marawa said.
Personally, I watched Chiefs under Ernst and now under Hunt. Players like Manyama was dead before end of the season under Ernst Middendorp. Excuses for those cows of players but yes Hunt do mistakes, a lot of them but sometimes players must also take responsibility.
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