Kaizer Chiefs lead trainer Stuart Baxter has excused cases that his side's predominant success over Chippa United at the end of the week filled in as avocation in the wake of going under late examination by fans.
"With the word justification I don't have the foggiest idea, Baxter said post-match.
"On the off chance that I must look for justification, I've worked out that I've been with Chiefs now in the main spell I quite recently would have completed my pre-season.
"We've played six games and I was feeling the squeeze when individuals can see the work I'm doing and can address the players.
"Possibly the justification comes from the Tsunami [of criticism] via online media, that is perhaps where the tide will go a contrary way.
"As mentors, we need to live with that consistently as that will change in reverse and advances.
"On the off chance that I put myself under that amount tension that I must look for justification then I believe I'm off-base and not individuals.
"Individuals have their viewpoints, and that is incredible they're qualified for that. I'm the one that is off-base in the event that I believe I need to look for justification.
"What it does possibly do is it eases the heat off the players and for that, I'm thankful as I don't need the players working under tension.
"I need to play brave, I need them to play with satisfaction and with a personality. In the event that it's not working out positively, I will take the stick happily."
Chiefs next face SuperSport United in an association conflict at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday.
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