With six match games played, kaizer Chiefs managed to win only one game, draw three and loose two. This is not what Kaizer Chiefs fans hope for after signing big names players and well paid.
Beside new signings, Kaizer Chiefs has spent ao many years without winning anything and this season they were hoping for better with trophies.
Unfortunately things are not going as it was planned for Amakhosi and now fans are not happy at all.
Yesterday, Kaizer Chiefs was playing with AmaZulu football club and they drew one to one.
Now Kaizer Chiefs fans are calling on management ti fire the coach Stuart Baxter with immediate effect.
Mr Cellular who is believed to be number one supporter of Kaizer Chiefs on Twitter shared that, "Can someone take Baxter where he comes from... Ayikho indaba yakhe lo baba. I've backed him for days but all I see is disappointment after disappointment... His decision making is poor, there's no improvement from each game we play. Stress after stress!".
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