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We definitely thought that we were building something going for­ward - Bartlett

A previous Kaizer Chiefs colleague mentor has opened up on the urgent factor behind Amakhosi's title misfortune last season. 

Shaun Bartlett worked close by Ernst Middendorp, where they were entrusted with managing the Soweto goliaths to their first prize since 2015. 

Obviously, the couple approached in the 2019/20 season, where they came quite close to alliance brilliance, anyway it wasn't to be, with Chiefs at last heading out in different directions with both Bartlett and Middendorp. 

In release 1209 of Soccer Laduma, Bartlett, who was since delegated as TS Galaxy collaborator mentor, uncovers whether he thinks they merited one more shot to lead Chiefs to a prize, and what he accepts was the greatest factor in their title misfortune. 

"We unquestionably felt that we were building something going for­ward, however clearly we didn't get it on the most recent day," Bartlett said. 

"To be on top of the table for around 27 games and afterward lose it on the most recent day was clearly baffling. Yet, I think the main consideration for Chiefs is that it's hard to play without fans, since that, for some, players, is the main thrust behind getting results. I feel that is the place where we lost it when we were in the air pocket, having no fans. A few players need that additional inspiration from the help outside," he clarified.

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