Kaiser Chiefs has been trying so hard to please their fans In the past games that they played this season in the Dstv premiership after introducing Stuart Baxter as the new coach in the team.
But things have been going wrong on every game that they played where they won 1 and lost two 3 games.
Stuart Baxter's job is on the line after many supporters were complaining about the poor performance that the team has played.
which has made the team rotate their squad on every game that they have so far so that they see which player can feet on in the team.
But it wasn't enough for them as they keep on struggling to bring a win in the village and has broken the hearts of their supporters who wanted to see their team winning the major trophies this season, which has been a huge blow for the whole technical team because if they can lase the coming games their jobs might be lost.
Chiefs will play against Amazulu this afternoon in Durban and they will be looking to win this game so that they can take three points home.
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