The Kaizer Chiefs' 2019 has been a rollercoaster ride - the year started out with fed-up fans burning their Amakhosi shirts. However, the Chiefs ended 2019 on the top of the PSL log.
With the year drawing to a close, Briefly.co.za took a look at the top five stories about the Amakhosi team and its players that made headlines in 2019.
1. Kaizer Chiefs speak out after video of 'drunk' Khune goes viral
The Kaizer Chiefs has commented on the video of their injured goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune, behaving rowdily while out partying. The club said that they would conduct their own investigation into the incident.
2. Former Bucs coach, Roger De Sa, likens Kaizer Chiefs to Liverpool
In November, Briefly.co.za reported that the Chiefs received some high praise from former Orlando Pirates coach Roger De Sa.
The former Bucs coach compared Amakhosi to European super club Liverpool.
3. Kaizer Chiefs fans feel the pain as man burns his Amakhosi shirts
This year was not all good for the Chiefs. The Amakhosi side was left red-faced when a fed-up fan filmed himself burning his supporter shirts.
After the Kaizer Chiefs suffered an embarrassing loss against TS Galaxy, many of their fans were in mourning. A video shared on social of a man burning his Amakhosi shirts had other fans sharing his emotions.
4. Kaizer Chiefs secure 10-point lead in PSL, twice as many as Pirates
By December, the Chiefs topped the PSL log with an impressive 10-point lead. Last season, Kaizer Chiefs looked down and out as they plummeted outside of the top eight and endured a campaign without silverware.
Following some smart recruitment, the Glamour Boys have romped to the top of the Absa Premiership in fine style.
5. Kaizer Chiefs players recreate hilarious 'Kitoko pose' for fans
On a lighter note, the Amakhosi side's lead in the PSL gave the players some free time to fool around.
A few of the Chiefs players took to social media to recreate veteran player Williard Katsande's famous pose. Khune and Bernard Parker shared hilarious snaps of their #KitokoPose.
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