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Opinion - Kaizer Chiefs could be losing two top class young players all because of Stuart Baxter?

Slowly but surely it seems Stuart Baxter is changing the fortunes of Kaizer Chiefs after a very tough and rocky start to the current season where the Glamour Boys were in poor form by their high standards

It was also looking like the club had not learned from the lessons of the previous seasons which was just a complete nightmare where Amakhosi finished in a very very dissapointing 8th place

But this season some of the star players at the club who were prominent figures last season are hardly getting a look in since the arrival of Stuart Baxter after the sacking of Gavin Hunt

The argument that could have been made for that was probably a new manager comes in with a new philosophy but then again the philosophies of Stuart Baxter and Gavin Hunt are not too different

And the player's who have not managed to get a look in at all this season are extremely talented duo of Nkosingiphile Ngcobo as well as Happy Mashiane with one being a talented midfield player and the other being a useful utility player

It would seem strange as well because as of late Stuart Baxter at Kaizer Chiefs during his now second spell at the club prefers a three at the back system

And as it stands although Kaizer Chiefs are gathering momentum they are lacking creativity in midfield and they lack pace in each side of the wing backs with Happy Mashiane with his pace and deadly delivery making the ideal wing back

As for Nkosingiphile Ngcobo Amakhosi would need his creativity, flair, and invention but instead Stuart Baxter prefers the destructive powers of both Cole Alexander and Phatutshedzo Nange

And at this moment with Happy Mashiane & Nkosingiphile Ngcobo attracting interest more so Nkosingiphile Ngcobo from overseas based clubs Stuart Baxter could be the reason why Amakhosi end up losing two precious top class youth academy graduates

Source - Opinion Based 

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