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Kaizer Chiefs’ head coach Arthur Zwane’s cut open under his eye is caused by a Police shield, not Chiefs fans.

Police and Chiefs staff protecting Arthur Zwane from angry fans.
Police and Chiefs staff protect Arthur Zwane from angry fans.

Zwane felt the wrath of angry supporters this past Saturday after a 1-0 defeat to Supersport.

At full time they attacked the tactician showing their displeasure at how the team is playing.


Amakhosi lost their fourth match in the last five matches and their latest loss see them miss out on CAF Football.

Chiefs fans at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg attacked Zwane and some players at full time.

Security personnel on the day managed to help Zwane and his players to get to the dressing room.

But the violent interaction left the Chiefs’ head coach with a cut under his eye.


After the fans were accused of the injury that saw 10111 miss the Post-match press conference.

New evidence clears them of injuring Zwane as stated by Goal SA journalist Austin Ditlhobolo.

Objects from the fans did not injure him, but he accidentally hit a police shield.

See the post below:

The 49-year-old is fine and preparing his side for the last match of the season against Cape Town City FC.

Chiefs host The Citizen this Saturday at FNB Stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg and the match will kick off at 3 pm CAT.

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