As Bidvest Wits are back & Amakhosi are struggling is it time for Gavin Hunt to go home | Opinion?
By GlobCapacity | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 2 views
Before the end of the previous season which was still then known as the Absa Premiership the most shocking and biggest news broke out
It was announced that regardless of the club's historical background Bidvest Wits was to be sold via a change of status and name into Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila which no doubt stunned the entire South African football public
The sale came with certain consequences as a host of top Bidvest Wits stars went on auction including Deon Hotto, Thabang Monare, Terrance Dzvukamanja, Thulani Hlatshwayo, Ricardo Goss, Gift Motupa, ad well as Hashim Domingo
Since then life has moved on and former coach Gavin Hunt has moved on to bigger things by going to Kaizer Chiefs and things have not went ideally the way Gavin Hunt would have liked as Amakhosi are 9th in the DSTV Premiership
And as Bidvest Wits are back & Kaizer Chiefs are struggling could Gavin Hunt really make a sensational return back to the club he helped win it's first league title in as many years?
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