- Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, Willard Katsande, took to social media to share more of his fashion sense
- The 34-year-old shared the images to Twitter and did not get a good reaction as Chiefs fans took to his replies section to roast him
- Many Khosi fans had the same reaction, saying that the Zimbabwean should be focusing on an apology and not modelling
Willard Katsande has shared yet another fashion post to social media. The Kaizer Chiefs midfielder shared images of him posing in a torn button-up shirt, dark blue pants and salmon-coloured sneakers.
The 34-year-old shared the images of him posing on a quiet road to Twitter recently but didn't get the reaction most would have expected. Instead of his fashion sense being welcomed, tweeps decided to roast him.
Chiefs fans were quick to turn his own images into memes. Many are upset about their team not winning the 2019/20 PSL and took their frustration out on Katsande.
Take a look at Katsande's original tweet below:
Here's what some tweeps had to say:
"@KaizerChiefs can you please sell this guy. He and Khune don't respect us as their supporters. Nxa"
"When are you apologising for the embarrassment you've caused to the Khosi nation?"
"If only you had put the same energy in winning the league."
"He's starting again. This time around Chiefs will get relegated."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that soccer fans are demanding an apology from Katsande after posting pics online. Twitter users were left very unimpressed by Willard Katsande recently. This comes after the Kaizer Chiefs midfielder took to Twitter share a few pictures of himself all dressed up and posing candidly.
As opposed to complimenting the Zimbabwean soccer star on his clean look and style, Kaizer Chiefs soccer fans called on the player to apologise. This was surely not the reaction Katsande expected.
The disappointed fans questioned Katsande on his performance during the PSL, which the team lost to Sundowns last season. While it has been nearly a month, die-hard soccer fans have clearly not forgotten.
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