As Kaizer Chiefs languish at number 14 on the DStv Premiership log table from seven games so far, the football fraternity is now sharing their thoughts on the club’s fortunes.
While some feel coach Arthur Zwane is the right man to lead the club back to its glory days, some say he must leave the job because the club and the job is too heavy for him.
Amakhosi played to a 1-1 draw against Marumo Gallants on Sunday afternoon at Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace where they snatched a late goal through Zitha Kwinika.
Entertainment SA looks at social media reactions where a section of the fans believes that the club is not doing enough to win games and they are calling for Pitso Mosimane to be appointed as a coach.
“Lead us Arthur “10111” Zwane, don’t stress about those that are impatient, entitlement is a narcissistic personality trait. the building is a process, it’s not an overnight thing. I’ve personally seen a lot of improvement since you took over..Kuzolunga Mangethe #Amakhosi4Life.”
“Kaizer Chiefs don’t cheat football, Allow Zwane to continue building…. We will get there… If we panic and want a quick fix we will be in the same position for more years to come to Mangethe Ball shall remain.”
“You still have a chance to change things around Mangethe. Give us reasons to defend you because what happened yesterday is unacceptable.”
Mdu Shabalala commented:
“Sack Mangethe and hire Pitso. Sign him Modi, Mendieta, Bathusi Aubaas, OX Mthethwa, Percy Tau otherwise the season is over.”
@Sharon Nyika said:
“When we said Mangethe ball is not clear we were told that it’s because we watch the games on TV , when watching at the Stadium there are positives that can be seen the TV does not reveal everything but what is this??? We are number 14 on the log position!!!!!”
“When you look at our players, they always look confused, disjointed, and can’t take set-pieces, they fall instead of fighting for balls. Absolutely Haram football. How are these people training together? No coaching whatsoever. Terrorism at its best. Mangethe ball is torture.”
Meanwhile, the Soweto giants will now prepare to face a rejuvenated SuperSport United on Saturday night.
Image: Arthur Zwane/Twitter