Amakhosi will take a long trip to Durban to face Amazulu in Kings park stadium on Saturday afternoon where they will be looking to cause upset for Usuthu, but Benny Macarthy has been doing a good job on putting the team together in the past month so that it can be competitive in the league this season.
Chiefs are also looking to end their bad performance tomorrow by besting Usuthu which has become a worrying factor for Stuart Baxter because he might also lose his job because supporters of the team are not happy about his recent performance and they want him fired from the team.
With a lot of money spent on the beam and on paying the players Chiefs won't hesitate to make radical changes on their technical team because they want better results, and for them to get those results they had to make sure that the players are taken care of and the coaches are doing their jobs.
Chiefs have brought Baxter into the team to solve all their problems of not winning trophies for 7 years after he has left in 2015, which has made many people miss those glory this again because this team is well known for winning trophies.
Chiefs' performance is very disappointing this day because they have failed to deliver on many occasions and this has made things more difficult, because of how the team has brought quality players.
Baxter is having a good record against Amazulu and he will be looking to cause more upset for Benny as he tries to put the team in a good position in the league, and he must approach one game at a time to collect all the points.
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