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Kaizer chiefs have made the headlines recently for all the wrong reasons lately. As they have dismissed head coach Stuart Baxter following poor run of form and his unkind response to the club's fans.
They also made the news this past weekend as Nkosingiphile reacted badlly after being substituted against Golden Arrows as Kaizer Chiefs lost the match for to the player's error in the game that led to Chiefs conceding a goal.
Kaizer chiefs loss against Golden Arrows has given them an ugly and embarrasing record for a team considered one of top three biggest clubs in the country.
Chiefs second loss this season against Golden Arrows, means Amakhosi have allowed up to three teams to complete a double over them in a single season.
Other teams that have defeated Kaizer Chiefs twice in the league are Royal AM, who wiped the glamour boys 4-1 and 2-1 in their two games.
The third team to be victorious against chiefs on both legs this term is Stellenbosch who won both games by 1-0. This record is embarrassing for a club like Chiefs with so much history and pedigree.
Well this record could be set to get worse if Amakhosi lose to the already crowned Champions, Mamelodi Sundowns. The Brazilians have already defeated Chiefs in the first leg.
But before Amakhosi get worried about that record, they still have to face Cape Town City and Gallants.
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Chiefs are set to be visited by Cape Town City in the only DSTV Premiership Match this weekend as all eyes are on the Nedbank Cup Semi-finals. Mamelodi Sundowns will lock horns with Royal AM in what would be an end to end match.
The other semi-final involves TTM against Gallants.
Chiefs fans, how do you feel about this record?
Share your views on the comments section below.
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