It is clear that Stuart Baxter should be thankful for the absence of supporters in stadiums because the fans of the club that he represents are boiling with anger. Kaizer Chiefs fans are at the point whereby they feel like taking matters into their own hands.
Amakhosi will be taking on Amazulu on the 2nd of October at 15:30 at Moses Mabhida Stadium. The team failed to redeem themselves against Marumo Gallants last night and the fans do not see Stuart Baxter's side coming on top against Benni McCarthy's Amazulu who are also representing the country in African Club competition.
Durban based Kaizer Chiefs fans find themselves with a task of protesting for the termination of Stuart Baxter's contract outside the Moses Mabhida Stadium. It is being said the Kwa-zulu Natal based supporters are the ground forces since the Gauteng based supporters have already submitted the memo to the club's head quarters.
You will remember that it was the Durban based supporters of the club who invaded the stadium on the 21st of April 2018 when they forced Steve Komphela to resign as their head coach. The supporters who are not residing in Durban believe that history has shown how much the Durban guys are capable of getting the job done.
See the story: https://www.timeslive.co.za/sport/soccer/2018-04-21-watch--angry-fans-invade-the-pitch-as-chiefs-bomb-out-of-nedbank-cup/
It is not known whether people will want to see Baxter leave the team even if he manages to do well against Amazulu. Let me remind you that Baxter's Kaizer chiefs of 2012/13 season gained the momentum when they humiliated Amazulu by 6 - 0 after they were knocked out of MTN 8 by Mamelodi Sundowns with a 4 - 1 score line. Amazulu are not the team that is currently doing well and both teams are at the point whereby they want to pick themselves up, but Kaizer Chiefs needs the win more than any team in PSL.
The statistics are showing that these two teams have met 10 times since 2014 and Kaizer Chiefs have won 6 times against Amazulu who have won two times against Amakhosi. These stats are also revealing that Amazulu have not been able to beat Kaizer Chiefs at their own home ground whereas Chiefs have managed four wins away. Chiefs have a total number of 20 goals against Amazulu who have scored only 8 goals against Chiefs.
See that Stats on: https://www.soccerstats247.com/h2h/amazulu-kaizer-chiefs-15547-15577/
I believe that if they want to act out of anger, they might find themselves facing consequences as it once happened before. If the management is not ready to terminate the coaches' contract, they must be patient and keep supporting the team. There are only 5 matches being played so far and things might change. Baxter is the same coach who won them trophies.
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