Kaizer Chiefs have been on a downward in the last 5 years in the PSL. Things have not been going according to plan. Ever since Baxter Left the Amakhosi clan they have never saw another silverware. They have been bad and already been in the bad books as they keep writing history books for all the wrong reason. This season have seen them escaping relegation as there was a time when they where down there in number14 with only one win that came against Chippa United and it was even an on-goal as they didn't even score a goal themselves. Sources at Soccer Laduma have revealed that legends of former Amakhosi club have started talking supporting Stuart Baxter to take over. Pundits like Stanton Fredricks, Mike Mangena and Marks Maponyane have all weighed in on the matter. Goal.com reported even though they don’t want to go public, they are supporting him. Cyril Nzama has told Thsisa Tv that he is rooting for Stuart to take over as he feels he can bring the club back to the glory days.
Now news coming out of Naturena are that Former players who some of them play under Stuart Baxter has expressed their feelings of the Brit taking over the club he once made the best and fearless. He won league titles and was regarded as one to ever do it in the PSL era. Even when he left the club to join Super Sport United, he continue to be a serial winner. Our sources have reveal that Josta Dladla has said that his former team will be in good hand if Baxter was to come back to fix everything that is happening at the club. '' Well if it means the team will be back to the top, why not. He has done it before and I believe he can do it again,'' he told Ready Sports News.
Baxter was working with good players and he even helped some of the youngsters in the Chiefs rank. We even saw Itumeleng Khune preform one of the best saves in his career something he has never been able to do under new coach Gavin Hunt. Tefu Mashamaite won awards under the Brit, he bring the best out of players. I mean he even worked well with the so called lazy player Gorge Lebese who was labeled not good enough at Mamelodi Sundowns by Pitso Mosimane. But to Baxter he was a winner as he even scored many goals under him than under manager. We saw the likes of Letsolonyane shape themselves for their best play even in the Fifa World cup well because he was playing well under him. He even followed him at Matsatsantsa a Pitori where he won NedBank Cup together.
'' Under Baxter, everyone knew how to behave, what I like about him is he took good care of players. He was like a father figure in the team. Anyone could approach him and talk to him as he was always ready to give advice and be there for every player. Winning was his recipe and we all follow the lead to where he was heading us to To see him back to the club again, it would be a good thing,'' a former player who wanted to remain anonymous told Goal.com
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