Stuart Baxter has revealed what aspect of the Chiefs he will not change, and it is the attacking force. He stated that the front three is good enough to last the season unless one of the players is injured, in which case he will be forced to make changes.
Kaizer Chiefs has always been a front three type of team, which means he may replace some of his defenders with others who are good enough to play for the next few seasons.
After back-to-back losses with Mamelodi Sundowns, he needs to make changes because the club cannot afford to keep Mathoho every week because his mistakes are costing the team almost every week. The guy has experience, but his moves make him look like he's still broke and has no idea how to survive in the PSL.
Perhaps Tower's problem is that he is no longer happy at Chiefs and wants a new challenge at the Glada African Championship so that he can be regarded for what he has done rather than what he is doing like Oupa Manyisa, who has gone away because of how he conducts himself.
Kaizer Chiefs and Baxter must work together to find a solution to the club's difficulties, since the movements he is making are causing the team to fall behind. The team aspires to return to its glory days, when they dominated the league and came close to winning it for 22 games in a row.
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