Hunt Is Arrogant - Another Former Chiefs Player Slams Gavin
By Shonisani_Cliff | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 4174 views
Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye have taken an opportunity to say his view about the Amakhosi coach who is getting all sorts of criticism from every angle since he joined the team, he has been subjected to heavy punches from the fan because the team is not doing so well.
According to Pure Football, Khanye says Hunt is clueless and he doesn't know what he is is doing except being arrogant on players.
"He is an arrogant coach, he speaks about himself, he doesn't give credit to the opponents. Look, for the 2nd game he leave a player who has a yellow card in the field for far too long, and what happens? 2nd yellow, red card," he was quoted.
Amakhosi midfielder also slammed the former Bidvest Wits coach for keeping Darrell Matsheke on the field after he was booked in the first half during their Amazulu game which they lost by 2-1, he also gave reference about Siphesihle Ntiya-Ntiya who was also sent off in similar manner.
"He started with Ntiya-Ntiya, then now is Matsheke. He doesn't have a plan on where the goals should come from. You can't depend on own goals my brother," the publication reports.
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