Mzansi reacts to Kaizer Chiefs putting awards on hold - again

Mzansi reacts to Kaizer Chiefs putting awards on hold - again

The Kaizer Chiefs yet again put on hold their end-of-season player awards for the second year in a row because of their poor performance and our readers had a lot to say about it.

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Earlier, Briefly.co.za revealed for the second consecutive year, the Kaizer Chiefs will not hold their end-of-season player awards.

This followed a disastrous season in the Absa Premiership which led to them not qualifying for next season's MTN8 competition.

“There are no players awards planned for this season. Last year we did not have and that was due to underwhelming performances‚” Chiefs’ communications manager Vina Maphosa said.

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The news sparked quite the reaction from our readers and we took a look at some of the comments.

Lekau Mongoai commented: "Lets hope that Kgoloko Thobejane will change Khosi."
Bhakaniya Omnyama Ka Mahlangu added: "Award who fo doing what??.good move Bobby."
Dingane Monyamathi wrote: "Awards for what they disappointed us next season bring new players khosi."
Moagi Shimza Mafoko said: "Wise move as long as they keep on disappointing us they must also get nothing. They are paying the price of being losers."
Sfiso Nkosi Ndlangamandla commented: "That punishment they deserve it bt kuncono banayo makhufe CUP."
Leftenent Lefty Nkoana added: "Expecting Kaizer Chips to win is like expecting to see Paraffin advert on TV."
Philani Calvin Kweyi wrote: "Bobby Resign and give those who are qualified the chance."
Khulekani Aphiwe Hlongwane added: "Serves them right."
Zenzo Mashaba said: "These stupid players went to awards last week just to eat."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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