Hunt: "I will take responsibility for the loses of the team", He accepts criticisms
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 525 views
The Kaizer Chiefs mentor Gavin Hunt commented about the Nedbank Cup match loss against Richards Bay. There are criticisms that come to him because of the squad selection.
The man reveals that he is the one that selects the players that need to play a specific match and he is now taking the blame for the loss that Amakhosi has suffered against a GladAfrica team.
He went to say that there were senior players who were given a chance to show themselves in that match. But they did not deliver the results the team was craving for. He felt embarrassed as he never against a GladAfrica team since he started his career 27 years ago.
Amakhosi are now looking forward to building their squad. They are losing more trophies since they are still not able to get the best team out of them. They are waiting for the July transfer window to come up with new talents in the team.
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