Kaizer Chiefs Chairman Urges Fans to Give Coach Molefi Ntseki a Chance
Molefi Ntseki, the current head coach of Kaizer Chiefs, is facing growing impatience from the Amakhosi faithful after his team suffered their second pre-season defeat.
In his debut match in charge, the Glamour Boys were beaten by Tanzanian giants Young Africans.
This weekend, they faced Township Rollers and once again faced a 1-0 defeat, courtesy of a Thabo Rakhale goal in the 79th minute.
Despite the disappointing start, Kaizer Motaung Jnr, the founder and chairman of Kaizer Chiefs, is urging fans to be patient and give Ntseki an opportunity to prove himself at the club.
Motaung stated that Ntseki deserves a fair chance to do his job, and only after some time has passed should criticism be considered.
He acknowledged that the appointment of Ntseki to the first team had stirred mixed feelings among the supporters, but emphasized that talk is cheap, and the coach should be given the opportunity to showcase his abilities.
Chippa United Coach Unfazed by Kaizer Chiefs’ Opener
As the DStv Premiership opener approaches, Chippa United coach Morgan Mammila expressed his lack of concern ahead of their clash against Kaizer Chiefs.
According to Mammila, Chiefs are “very easy to play against,” making preparations for the match simple.
Despite Ntseki’s promotion to head coach at Naturena, Mammila doesn’t anticipate any significant changes from the Amakhosi.
Kaizer Chiefs Take Opening Home Fixture to KwaZulu-Natal
Kaizer Chiefs has chosen to play their opening home fixture of the 2023/24 season in KwaZulu-Natal.
They will face Chippa United in their opening DStv Premiership match at their ‘home away from home,’ the Moses Mabhida Stadium.
The team is eager to start strong under new head coach Molefi Ntseki, aiming to improve on their fifth-place finish in the previous season under Arthur Zwane.
As the season begins, Kaizer Chiefs fans are eager to see how the team performs under Ntseki’s leadership.
The head coach will have an opportunity to prove himself in his maiden official game, and supporters are hopeful for a successful start at their beloved Moses Mabhida Stadium.