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Stuart Baxter did not have a very good start with Kaizer Chiefs this season and the results prove that. Many Kaizer Chiefs fans started calling Stuart Baxter out after Kaizer Chiefs suffered a very painful defeat in the hands of Royal AM. Kaizer Chiefs is currently seating on number 6 in the DSTV premiership after playing 10 games so far in this campaign. However, it seems like the team is slowly getting things together as they recently won against Orlando Pirates in the Soweto derby.
Stuart Baxter has also been heavily slammed by his favouritism when it comes to selecting his starting eleven as most good players have not been given enough playing opportunity this season. There are players that most fans have been rooting for but Stuart Baxter has not taken the initiative to play them. That was first highlighted by the benching of Njabulo Ngcobo who is one of the best players in Kaizer Chiefs. Another player who has been very unlucky when it comes to playing under Stuart Baxter's administration is Nkosingiphile Ngcobo. Stuart Baxter has been heavily slammed for benching Nkosingiphile Ngcobo but it seems like that decision is also closing doors for the youngster. Reports have surfaced today that European clubs that were initially interested in signing Nkosingiphile Ngcobo have put their bids on hold because the player is not having any game time. Teams that were interested in signing Ngcobo are from Portugal and Spain.
Stuart Baxter has been giving Nkosingiphile Ngcobo a very limited game time and the player has not been the same as compared to last season. Well, that could entirely be influenced by the fact that he has not been Baxter's favourite when it comes to the starting eleven and the fact that Kaizer Chiefs made major signings this season. Some Kaizer Chiefs fans are very happy about these reports because they still expect a lot from him Ngcobo.
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