When Kaizer Chiefs announced that they will be resigning their former mentor who hey enjoyed previous success with Stuart Baxter the Amakhosi faithful's were optimistic about the new season. The club has brought in new players within the camp and that has seen the team trying different combinations that has this far failed to yield positive results and as a result calls for change in management been aired.
However recent poor results has seen club faithful's turn on the club and coach Baxter, calling for a change in management as recent results are alarming.
Setting in the bottom half of the table Amakhosi are at risk of losing their top 4 finish this season. A team that is in transition and needing time to adjust to changes not only in the dugout but in the dressing room.
That alone will not solve Amakhosi's problems the supporters need to call for patients and allow Baxter to find the winning formula however if remains to be seen if he will be afforded the time to work his magic.
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