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Baxter Blasted For Apologising

A previous Kaizer Chiefs player feels Amakhosi have gained no headway from last season under momentum mentor Stuart Baxter and has expressed that the previous Bafana coach needs to try harder.

Amakhosi surrendered to a 4-1 loss to Royal AM at FNB Stadium on Sunday, which prompted Baxter saying 'sorry' to the club's Supporters for what he portrayed as an embarassing result.

Safeguard Leaves Chiefs, Joins New Club The Soweto goliaths right now have the most noticeably terrible defencd in the Dstv Premiership, with seven goals conceded in the four Premiership matches they have played.

Previous Amakhosi player Robson Muchichwa hit out at Baxter and required the mentor to make something happen. "It resembles these folks are proceeding from what they were doing last prepare. I don't perceive any progressions from the mentor since he came in.

A mentor ought not apologize, he ought to bring results. On the off chance that a mentor apologizes, he is saying 'sorry' for what? He was brought to save the sinking transport, however he is saying 'sorry' Muchichwa tells the Siya group. "The mentor needs to try harder on the grounds that Chiefs needs to win. He needs to take care of his work. Bosses is a triumphant group and they can't go on this way.

They can't concede six goals in two games. He was gotten to save a sinking transport, however it appears to be the boat is sinking to an ever increasing extent. Everybody in the team needs to try harder and assume their part. They need to awaken on the grounds that Chiefs is a major club. We needn't bother with expressions of remorse, we need wins."

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