The head coach of Chippa United Gavin Hunt has opened up about his time at Kaizer Chiefs.
Hunt joined Amakhosi at the beginning of last season but the coach was sacked after spending eight months at the club following poor results.
He was then later replaced by Stuart Baxter who returned to the club for a second stint.
Speaking to iDiski Times the coach has opened up about his time at the Naturena based outfit.
The coach said he does not want to say much about his stint at the club but he learnt a lot.
Hunt added that it was a great experience for him to guide the club to the CAF champions League semi-finals.
"I say you learn, in football you never stop learning so there’s no problem," he said.
He said it was a great experience to get to the semis of the CAF CL when he left because Chiefs are a great team and he wishes them well in the future.
Following his departure from Chiefs Hunt joined Chippa and since then he has collected four points in three league games including a valuable point from Mamelodi Sundowns.
Source: iDiski Times
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