Sunday was a sad day for South African football, with two teams representing South Africa in the continental competition, Sundowns have been doing well but Kaizer Chiefs have received their biggest loss yet. This was very embarrassing watching one of the South African biggest teams losing like that.
Kaizer Chiefs lost by 4 goals to 1, This is the
knocked out of the Nedbank Cup by the second division club, also did not win
the MTN 8 cup. Personally, Kaizer chief has failed me and I am embarrassed to
even say that I was supporting Kaizer Chief since there were representing South
Who should be fired? Is it the couch or is it the
So, what is left for Gavin Hunt? What can he do
to revive the strong amakhosi?
Is this the best South Africa can produce?
Herewith the scores
WAC Casablanca 4 : 1 Kaizer Chiefs
CR Belouizdad 1: 5 Mamelodi Sundowns FC
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