Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter second stint with the club, has not pleased one of the club Legends.
Amakhosi had their second straight loss last week, against DSTV Premieship new boys Royal AM. Where they were embarrassed with a 4-1 score. Before that they were outplayed by current DSTV Premieship Champions Mamelodi Sundowns with a score of 2-0.
Former Chiefs player Robson Muchichwa, is concerne about the club conceding six goals in only two matches and is putting all the blame on Baxter. The Zimbabwean feels the former Bafana Bafana coach, is failing in his mandate of saving a sinking ship he inherited from Gavin Hunt.
He needs to pull up his socks, becouse Chiefs need a win. He should his job Chiefs are a winning team and they cannot go on like this. They can't conceded six goals in two games. He was bought in to save a sinking ship but things are becoming worse more and more. Everyone in the team need to pull their socks, Muchichwa told Soccer-laduma.
Chiefs have only registered one win in the current season 2-1 against Baroka FC. Before that they played a goalless draw against TS Galaxy. After the thrashing against Royal AM, the coach became under fire with some fans calling for him to be fired.
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