- Gavin Hunt has been trending on Twitter after news broke he signed a deal with the Kaizer Chiefs
- While people reacted to Hunt being the new Amakhosi head coach, one man shared a video of him dancing
- The clip was filmed while he still coached the Bidvest Wits and it quickly gathered thousands of views
Twitter has been flooded with posts about Gavin Hunt as soccer fans reacted to news about his appointment as the new head coach of the Kaizer Chiefs.
One tweep, Sphamandla Shoba, welcomed Hunt to the Amakhosi side with a throwback video of him dancing in the Bidvest Wits locker room.
Hunt can be seen showing off his moves with a beer in the hand while his players cheered him on.
Shoba simply captioned the clip:
"Gavin Hunt to Kaizer Chiefs.. Lessss Gooooo!"
Take a look at the video below:
Hunt's dancing video gathered over 14 900 views only hours after it was posted online and Saffas were impressed with his moves.
Twitter user, @SV818406, commented:
"This just made me love him even more."
Another tweep, @FathuseTo, added:
"Dancing his way to Amakhosi."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported the Chiefs confirmed that Hunt will coach the team following Ernst Middendorp's sacking.
The former Bidvest Wits coach signed a contract for the next three seasons and Chairman Kaizer Motaung believes he is the right man for the job.
"He brings with him an abundance of experience, having coached about fives teams in the Premiership. There is success wherever he has coached."
Meanwhile, in other sports related news, Lionel Messi is the fourth sportsman to have joined the billionaire club and the second footballer after rival Cristiano Ronaldo.
Forbes recently released Messi's earnings and the Barcelona star is way ahead of Ronaldo following his massive salary along with his numerous endorsements.
After making a U-turn in his Barcelona career, the 33-year-old would earn a fixed salary of $92m (£71m) which excludes bonuses for signing, staying and winning trophies, SportMail claim.
And the time Messi plays until the end of the 2021 season, the Barca captain will pocket $126m (£98m) on the average and could increase to $141m (£110m) if he wins FIFA's best player. The Argentina international's lucrative endorsements is another reference point of his staggering earnings annually.
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