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In a footballing world brimming with passion, it is not uncommon for fans to voice their opinions, especially when their beloved teams are involved in contentious moments.

Teko Modise
Former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates star Teko Modise.

The recent MTN8 semifinal second leg between Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns provided one such instance that has ignited fervent debate among fans, with former Sundowns player Teko Modise at the center of the storm.

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The Penalty Incident 

The match, which ended 2-1 in favor of Sundowns and 3-2 on aggregate, concluded with a controversial decision by the referee, Luxolo Badi, in the dying minutes.

The referee waved away what appeared to be a clear penalty, leaving both teams and fans in disbelief.

It was a pivotal moment that naturally led to a barrage of questions and discussions.

Modise, who was working as a co-analyst alongside Jimmy Tau for SuperSport TV, found himself in the spotlight.

Teko Modise’s Response To The Incident 

Jimmy Tau posed the critical question to Modise after the match: “Was that a penalty?”

In response, Modise’s answer raised eyebrows as he declared, “There was no contact.”

It was this response that set social media platforms ablaze, especially among Kaizer Chiefs supporters.

Kaizer Chiefs Fans Call For Teko Modise’s Resignation 

One particular fan page, @kcfcatteridgeville, took to Instagram to demand Modise’s resignation or, alternatively, that SuperSport should terminate his employment.

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Their argument stems from the belief that Modise’s commentary and analysis were deceiving and biased.

While it’s important to remember that analysts like Modise are entitled to their opinions, the incident highlights the passionate nature of football fandom.

Fans invest emotionally in their teams, and when they perceive injustice or bias, they are quick to voice their displeasure.

In this case, the call for Modise’s resignation or dismissal is a manifestation of the frustration felt by Chiefs supporters who believed that the match-changing decision was unjust.

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They argue that Modise’s commentary supported the controversial call, and this, in their eyes, compromised his credibility as an analyst.

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9 thoughts on “Frustated Chiefs Fans Call For ‘Biased’ Teko Modise To Be Fired

  1. Yellow Nation says:

    That will never be a penalty any day

  2. Mashilo samuel motubatse says:

    Modise was being biased,it was seenas a penalty and he even said ” ba khala njalo” it shows that it was biased.He didn’t show any respect for the khosi fans.He used his emotions when answering the question by disrespecting kaizer chiefs fans.He should be fired vele

    1. I think he was joking

      1. Selby Lekoana says:

        Modise must be sucked I believe when we analyse a match it doesn’t matter where previously you’ve played you are up the for good analysis don’t take side because you’ll be misleading the nation forget about favouritism and be neutral for the sake of the job you are upholding because some of us fans we are looking for Supersport journalism for clarity on certain matters after the match not at Teko because is a Sundowns ex-player

  3. Ace /Mabheka says:

    Take is not going anywhere

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