- Kaizer Chiefs Football Club have released pictures of their new home and away kits on social media
- The images were posted to Twitter recently after the concept was leaked sometime last week
- Chiefs fans are divided on the new kits as some are all for it while others think it is a terrible design
Kaizer Chiefs have shown off their new kits on Twitter recently. The soccer team collaborated with world renowned brand - Nike. Last week the kits were leaked on social media but the colours have now been confirmed for the 2020/2021 season.
This is not the first change Chiefs have made, most recently they announced Gavin Hunt as head coach. They really seem to be pushing for a new beginning. They captioned the images of the new home and away kits:
"The new 2020/2021 kits. Allow the spirit of the lion to awaken in you with our new home jersey. Let us also walk into the future with our electric blue away jersey."
South African soccer fans took to the team's replies section to share how they felt about the changes. Take a look at the tweet below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top tweets.
"Not sure how to feel neh."
"Beautiful kit indeed admin. So when are the players apologising to us? We want to start the new season on a clean slate."
"Thought these kits were a joke. They’re terrible."
In other Chiefs news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Thabo Mooki a retired midfielder who had the longest soccer career with Kaizer Chiefs Football Club. Thabo Mooki was, undoubtedly, a fan’s favourite during his time in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). He was an outstanding central midfielder who left a permanent mark in the club that will forever be remembered.
However, many might not know much about him, especially his achievements, current job, family, among many other things. Many top players are deceived to thinking that talent alone is enough for them to prosper.
Soccer, like any other types of sports, requires an individual to be disciplined, diligent, and determined. These are the three essential aspects that kept Mooki going throughout his 15-year soccer career.
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