Gavin Hunt tactics are not working for kaizer Chiefs, they should release him.[Opinion]
By PhillipNews | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Kaizer chiefs is too big for Coach Hunt, he is trying but it is not working. You can't always blame players because usually players respond to tactics of the coaches,no player wishes to lose the match, they depend on his match strategies. Amakhosi has got quality but the problem is on how you field them. Gavin tactics according to me are invalid they must release him and sign baxter again.
I think before it is to late Chiefs should look for another coach cause what i'm seeing now can cause a hurt break to Amakhosi fans, they could end up relegated to Glad African Champions. In the next transfer window they must sign more quality players to strengthen their squad they should stop being stingy and take out alot of money to buy players for next season.
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