Kaizer Chiefs are in danger of being banned from playing at their home ground, FNB Stadium, after their fans threw objects at their head coach Molefi Ntseki following a 1-0 defeat to AmaZulu in the Telkom Knockout quarter-finals on Saturday.
Ntseki unable to do post-match interview
Ntseki, who has been under fire from the supporters since taking over from Gavin Hunt in August, was forced to leave the pitch under police protection and could not do his post-match television interview with Carol Tshabalala due to safety reasons.
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This is the fourth time this season that Chiefs have had to deal with crowd trouble and the second time that Ntseki has been targeted by angry fans.
AmaZulu knock Chiefs out of Carling Knockout
The Glamour Boys, who have not won a trophy since 2015, were hoping to end their drought in the Carling Knockout, but they were knocked out by AmaZulu, who scored a late goal through Taariq Fielies in the 88th minute.
Chiefs had the better chances in the first half, but they failed to convert them, as Keagan Dolly, who was named Man of the Match, hit the post.
PSL prosecutor warns of stadium ban
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) prosecutor Zola Majavu has previously warned that Chiefs could face a stadium ban if their fans continue to cause trouble.
The PSL has already found Chiefs guilty twice this season for failing to control their supporters and fined them R200 000, with R150 000 suspended for 24 months.