Kaizer Chiefs remain the largest club in the PSL football history in terms of support base but it's now almost over half a decade without anything to fall back on. This quickly points out that the much supported club is far legging behind the country's current most successful club, Masandawana.
Gavin Hunt's football profile led him to be chosen as the man who will bring winning formulas to Chiefs but has shown that he inherited the team that is fading colour and short of real quality.
Chiefs is reeling from their inability, as a top squad, to reverse the barren Cup spell which dates back to 2015. Last season they lost the title on the 11th hour under the guidance of Ernst Middendorp who spent the whole season on top of the PSL table.
Gavin Hunt's plans were cut short by two-window transfer ban while other big rivals such as Sundowns and Orlando Pirates took advantage of the Covid-19 bargain deals in preseason and strengthened their squads.
The veteran tactician'wings were clipped in such a manner that rebuilding the team in areas of concern could not be achieved.
Without quality in his squad, even if Gavin use his trademark of his winning teams, Seven Stars, Moroka Swallows, Supersport and Bidvest, "Instil the steel", it is not going to work at Kaizer Kaizer Chiefs.
My opinion is that Kaizer Chiefs FC is going through a passing phase which cannot be avoided, when the right time comes the opportunity will prese
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