When it comes to winning, Amakhosi has begun to respond to the team's recent losing streak. They believe that Gavin Hunt should not try to hide the fact that he hasn't signed any new players because the same group finished in second place the previous season.
A directive was given to Gavin Hunt to finish in the top 8 of the Premier League and make it through to the round-of-16 of the CAF Champions League in order to keep his job with the large club. The man has been unable to assemble his best group in order to raise the team.
It appears to be an unjust situation for the mentor, who is considered to be one of the best coaches in the history of South African football. Bidvest Wits has developed into a formidable team under his leadership, although the club does not have the means to compete for a championship at this time.
It is claimed that the job is now in the hands of the players, who can choose whether or not to support the coach. They must maintain their resolve and deliver positive outcomes for the team in order to safeguard Hunt's job and reputation.
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