- Cape Town City Football Club made light of the situation at Chippa United in a hilarious social media post
- Chippa United have become notorious for repeatedly sacking coaches after a few mediocre results
The Citizens shared their comical post on Tuesday and it quickly started trending
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Briefly.co.za earlier reported that shortly after Chippa United revealed it has not extended Rhulani Mokwena's coach loan deal from the Orlando Pirates, the team announced it signed a new head coach.
Chippa confirmed on Monday that Lehlohonolo Seema will be taking over the reins for a period of three years.
Seema resigned as the head coach of Bloemfontein Celtic shortly before Chippa's announcement was made.
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Unfortunately, Seema will have his hands full if he is to survive the full three-year tenure, as chairman Siv Mpengesi has become notorious for his trigger happy approach.
It isn't uncommon for the Chilli-Boys to have had numerous coaches within the same PSL season.
In light of the events at Chippa, Cape Town City Football Club shared an epic response to make light of the situation.
The tweet can be viewed below.
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Via their Twitter account, the Citizens said:
"Trying to plan tactically against Chippa United is like trying to figure out why your partner is angry with you."
Since the post was shared, Briefly.co.za noted the strong reaction and it left many fans in stitches.
DEAR (@aey_dear) said,
"Now this is the content i signed up for."
MABENA (@PSMabena11) added,
"That team will surprise you. They'll start a game with their coach, fire him in half time and come back second half with the new coach."
Moemedi wa di Phiri (@lesoganatsoko) said,
"You arrive at the stadium and they have a new coach."
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