A bad day awaits Kaizer Chiefs and their fans, they hope to continue their winning mentality in the game against SuperSport United at the Lucas Moripe Stadium. It was reported that the Kaizer Chiefs football club have four key players who will be unavailable while playing against the SuperSport United football club.
Soccer club SuperSport United are expected to go out hard against football club Kaizer Chiefs as they are in second place with 15 points and have played 7 games. Therefore, football club SuperSport United will try to fill the void.
While the Kaizer Chiefs will confidently compete in this game after beating Chippa United by four goals to zero margin in the previous game, the Kaizer Chiefs will reportedly play without the injured Leonardo Castro, Samir Nurkovic, Lebogang Mayama and Xiabonga Ngezana.
SuperSport United's coac just praised the head coach of Kaizer Chiefs Stuart William Baxter, saying:
"He's a guy who really believed in me and played a huge role in my development as a coach. He gave me the opportunity to see the game differently and he trusted me and believed in me."
"I remember at one point he felt bad and gave me a big responsibility to take the team to TP Mazembe in the Confederations Cup, where we drew 2-2.
"He told me this is your chance, go and develop your personality as a coach. If you go out there and do well, that's your success, and if you don't do well, I will be blamed and that's it." what kind of person is he.
"He's a coach who always has new ideas, there's always something new to learn in training and I think it's only a matter of time before Kaizer Chiefs start playing the way he wants."
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