As he nears the end of his contract, a Kaizer Chiefs midfielder could be on his way out of Naturena in the near future.
Kearyn Baccus, 30, has been seen to be stressed by his lack of game experience at the club since instructor Stuart Baxter's arrival, according to Soccer Laduma.
Baccus, who was born in Durban and holds Australian citizenship, has yet to make an appearance for Kaizer Chiefs this season, and the presence of a large group of new players, as well as a tendency to select more young players, has made it logically more difficult for him to break into the starting XI.
Baxter has been supporting a two-man midfield of Cole Alexander and Phathutshedzo Nange, while Keagan Dolly has been playing ahead of them in the No 10 position recently, supporting forwards Khama Billiat and Samir Nurkovic.
Fans have also demanded that Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, a youngster, be reinstated to the gathering.
While it's true that Baxter's moves have clearly communicated the type of results the Soweto goliaths' partners will have demanded – and his own work is likely to be jeopardized — it's difficult to see where Baccus fits in at this point.
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