Middendorp unimpressed by rumours of Baxter and Chiefs reunion

Middendorp unimpressed by rumours of Baxter and Chiefs reunion

- Amakhosi coach, Ernst Middendorp, is not happy with rumours that Baxter may return to the team

- Talks of Stuart Baxter returning to the squad have gained momentum

- In response the agitated Middendorp lashed out at the gossip

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Ernst Middendorp has not responded well to the talks of Stuart Baxter returning to Kaizer Chiefs. It is reported that he nearly blew a fuse when quizzed about growing speculation linking the ex-Bafana Bafana coach with a return to the Glamour Boys.

According to the Daily Sun, the agitated man said:

”If Kaizer Chiefs has an idea to bring Stuart Baxter they should do it, thank you!"

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Middendorp unimpressed by rumours of Baxter and Chiefs reunion

Middendorp unimpressed by rumours of Baxter and Chiefs reunion
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Many fans have called for Baxter to make a return to Naturena after his recent resignation from the national squad. Briefly.co.za reported that Stuart Baxter threw in the towel a few days ago. After Bafana Bafana's poor performance at the 2019 Afcon tournament, Mzansi football fans called for Baxter to step down. Rumours suggested Baxter might resign after he called a private press conference. The Bafana Bafana verified Twitter account confirmed the speculations. He has been linked with a move to either Kaizer Chiefs or Supersport United.

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And Middendorp is clearly not impressed. The coach may have been given some time to prove his worth after his winning drought ended last night. The Glamour Boys claimed a hard-fought victory against Highlands Park, beating them 3-2.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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