In football when it is all going well it is easy to point fingers
But as well in football when it is not going well it's also easy to point fingers
At Kaizer Chiefs football club for about a while now a lot of fingers have been pointed about as to who exactly is responsible for the decline of such a grand footballing institution
The biggest fingers have been pointed at the club's Football Manager Bobby Motaung who has been accused of countlessly wasting money on the the wrong player
The latest victim being accused of having a hand in the decline of Kaizer Chiefs especially the club's iconic goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has been goalkeeping coach Lee Baxter suggests formef Bafana Bafana goalkeeping coach Alex Heredia according to & courtesy of reports from KickOff.com
"Look in my opinion the specific situation at Kaizer Chiefs is not because of the goalkeeper coach, it's not because of the goalkeepers themselves, each one of them has his own situation,"
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