With just 29 points from 26 played games, Kaizer Chiefs are playing hide and seek with the relegation zone. Amakhosi will be playing on-form Moroka Swallows in their next match and this will be no walk-over match. Chiefs host Maswaiswai at the FNB Stadium tomorrow afternoon and all bets are off.
Kaizer Chiefs' appalling season could get even worse this week as they now run the risk of getting sucked into the group of teams seeking to avoid the relegation playoffs.
Amakhosi however can still find themselves also qualifying to participate in the MTN8 next season but as things currently look, this will be tough mountain to climb.
Meanwhile, Amakhosi faithful have also lost all hope and are said to be, mobilizing members for a march to the club’s headquarters in Naturena. According to posts on social media, the march is scheduled for Friday the 15th of May in the south of Johannesburg.
Kaizer Chiefs management have however appealed to their supporters in a peaceful way and not go on strike, especially now with the coronavirus scare.
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