Baxter Crashed The Party As Ex-Chiefs Star Visited The Club.
Kaizer Chiefs football club is arguably one of the best clubs in South Africa, despite their long seven-year trophy drought they're experiencing. The club has many talented players in their squad and has produced talents that has parted ways with the club in recent years.
Kaizer Chiefs usually do come face to face again with some of the players that left the club for greener pastures, either on or off the field. Some former players join Chiefs PSL rivals and meet the club in league or Cup derbies.
Or sometimes players just meet each other of lthe field at establishments such as restaurants, bars or nightclubs as there is no love lost after the players left the club for other respective clubs.
Former Kaizer Chiefs player Willard Katsande recently met with Kaizer Chiefs in the league with Sekhukhune United which was their second match against Chiefs for the season, and their second defeat to Chiefs.
Willard Katsande despite visiting the club to challenge for three points in the league, took time to snap up photos with Kaizer Chiefs forward Bernard Parker either before or after the match was played.
Whilst Katsande and Parker was posing for the photos, goalkeeper coach Lee Baxter was spotted crashing the party as he popped up behind them getting his face into photo.
Willard Katsande took to his official Twitter page to tweet that it was good to see Parker, but jokingly questioned Baxter why he hijacked the photo.
"Legendary status. Was good to see you my brother. But coach Lee 😂why," Katsande tweeted.
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