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Angry Kaizer Chiefs Football Club fans attack the club’s head coach after another defeat.

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Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki being escorted by the police to the dressing room after a defeat to TS Galaxy during a Dstv Premiership encounter on Sunday, the 20th of August 2023.

After over eight years of watching their club not win a silverware, Kaizer Chiefs have taken matters into their own hands.

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Towards the end of the 2022/2023 season, Amakhosi fans attacked the then head coach Arthur Zwane after the club suffered a 1-0 defeat to Supersport United.

The incident at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in North West was downplayed by both the club and the coach.

Stating that they understand where their fans are coming from, but also showing their disappointment in the fans.

Less than six months after the incident, the very same thing happened again.

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After suffering a 1-0 defeat to TS Galaxy, Ntseki felt the wrath of angry Amakhosi fans like his assistant, Zwane, did last season.

The fans threw objects towards the inexperienced coach to show their disappointment in the coach and the team.

See The Incident Here: Kaizer Chiefs Fans Throwing Objects At Molefi Ntseki After TS Galaxy Defeat.

The former South African national team coach admitted after the match that the team was outplayed.

“Very disappointed with the loss,” Ntseki told SuperSport TV.

“But I can attribute it to a few things. We didn’t look as sharp as we were supposed to be. We were second in everything.”

Ntseki will have a chance to put everything right when Chiefs face Amazulu FC at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, Gauteng.

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Amakhosi hosts Usuthu on Saturday, 26th of August, with a kick-off set for 5h30 pm, and will be televised live on Dstv Channel 202(Supersport PSL).

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