The Kaizer Chiefs Under-23 team were left with themselves to blame after high flying Stellenbosch trashed them by 4 - 1. They could have handled them better, but the home side was too good throughout the match. Stellenbosch FC got their goals from Johnson, Titus and Boji in the first half of the match then Avotuur added to Kaizer Chiefs' misery, but the visitors were able to pull one back through Dithejane to make It a respectable scoreline. Image credit: Twitter
Kaizer Chiefs youth team is a true reflection of the first team. The senior team has been suffering the same scoreline in the Premier Soccer League. Football fans submitted their demands last year, but it seems no action has been taken and their recent results are proof of that. The Soweto giants should look clearly inside their personnel to see what is the problem. Image credit: Facebook
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