Economic Freedom Fighters’ leader questions Kaizer Chiefs Football Club’s hierarchy decision of appointing Molefi Ntseki as head coach.
The appointment of Molefi Ntseki as Kaizer Chiefs’ head coach has been met with mixed emotions from South African football lovers.
But, many feel Ntseki is not experienced enough to lead the club of Chiefs’ calibre despite his experience in the game.
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Former Bafana Bafana, assistant and head coach, spent the majority of his career in football working in the youth ranks of various institutions.
One of the many Chiefs followers who doubts Ntseki’s appointment is EFF deputy president and Lieutenant Commander in Chief Floyd Shivambu.
FLOYD SHIVAMBU DOUBTING NTSEKI’S APPOINTMENT!
The former African National Congress(ANC) member asked whether the appointment was on merit and qualifications or just the club being hopeful.
He shared the message on his various social media accounts, showing his disbelief in the club’s appointment.
“Does Molefi Ntseki have Premier level [of] Coaching experience and achievements or it’s an appointment of “faith”?,” Floyd Shivambu said.
“The mighty Amakhosi will revolve in the same space of mediocrity and inconsistency if the appointment is just a gesture of “faith.” Football’s a scientific sport.”
Ntseki replaces Arthur Zwane after just a season in charge of the senior team.
The latter returns to his former post as the club’s assistant coach alongside Dillion Sheppard.
He is tasked to end the club’s 8-plus years trophyless run they are currently under.
A host of players expected to arrive will help in the quest.
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The club is set to announce new players once the transfer window market officially opens.