Chiefs face Pirates in the principal Soweto Derby of the period on Saturday, 6 November 202, and this experience will see Baxter dealing with his 100th association game for the Glamor Boys.
Baxter has as of now drove Chiefs in 98 association games more than two spells – 90 in his first stretch and eight since the beginning of the 2021-22 season.
Also, his 100th association game as a Chiefs wouldn't have come at a superior time as pretty much every football fan will watch the two Soweto goliaths fight on the pitch.
Baxter's 99th association match will be against Stellenbosch FC on 2 November in the Western Cape, prior to taking on Pirates four days after the fact.
In the 98 association games he has been the Chiefs mentor, Baxter won an incredible 58, drew 27 and lost only 13.
Generally speaking, Baxter has been responsible for 120 counterparts for Chiefs – he has won 66, drawn 28 and lost 23 across all rivalries over his two spells at Naturena.
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