Kaizer Chiefs Football Club fans send a strong message to the Motaung family after TS Galaxy Football Club defeat.
Heading into their third Dstv Premiership match of the season, Kaizer Chiefs fans were hopeful of a victory after beating Cape Town City FC 2-1 in their last match.
However, the Amakhosi faithful were met with a below par performance from the players at Mbombela Stadium in Mbombela, Mpumalanga.
The lackluster performance saw TS Galaxy walk away with an impressive 1-0 after an own goal from Brandon Petersen early in the second half.
The defeat sees Chiefs remain winless in the league after three matches.
They suffered two defeats and a draw in the three matches played.
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KAIZER CHIEFS FAN SENDS A STRONG MESSAGE TO THE MOTAUNG FAMILY!
After the defeat, a hurt and emotional Chiefs supporter sent a strong message to the Motaung family.
“I am at Mbombela Stadium at the moment with disappointment,” Lucia Mabasa said.
“To the Motaung family, I think it’s time you let us or me know gore(that). What do you expect from me or us as a supporter?
“You have made it clear gore this is a family business, I respect that. But where is your business without me as your customer?
“What happens if me as a consumer kese(when I am not) happy? Ele beya kae lona le business ya lona(where does that put you and your business)?
“Where do you guys put us? I think it’s time you guys let us know, gore, what are we supposed to do? Ntate Motaung re ireng(what should we do)?
“We have been patient. Is it time we accepted gore vele Chiefs e shwele(Chiefs is dead), and it will never be Kaizer Chiefs anymore?
“Do we accept that it’s just business and retla amohela gore le rekisa dikhipa, and retla direka(we will accept that you are selling shirts, and we will buy them).
“But do not play if you guys are gonna be emotionally abusing us. Lare abuser(you are abusive), enough is enough.
“We have had enough, let us know gore re etc eng le business ya lona(let us know what to do with your business).
“Let us know if this is to enrich your family, let us know gore re etse eng.
“We are in a very emotional abusive relationship with this team, and we are tired.
“Okay, fine ke(its) family business, ge resa reke etlo runner business ya lona(if we don’t buy, will it run)? What will happen to your turnover?
“We are not happy as customers.”
Watch the statement below: