Former Kaizer Chiefs player Patrick Mayo says he understands the anger of the club's fans.
Amakhosi had a poor start to the current season after missing out on MTN8, the club also has only one win in six league games this season so far.
As a results they are sitting on bottom half on the log table.
Chiefs has not won a trophy for more than six years and Mayo believes that the club's supporters are right for demanding a trophy.
The club last won a trophy during the 2014/15 season under Stuart Baxter's first spell.
Mayo believes that the club's experience in the CAF champions league should play a major role in helping them to do better in the domestic league.
This comes after Chiefs made it all the way to the CAF CL final last season and lost the final to the Egyptian giant Al Ahly.
"Supporters are used to a cup or two in a season, they are not used to not winning, not even a single trophy in three seasons," Mayo told iDiski Times.
He added that is fair for the fans to demand a trophy from the club.
He concluded that the players must perform the same way they did in the CAF CL because they did well there.The club will return to action after the FIFA International break.
Source: iDiski Times
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