- On Tuesday, the Kaizer Chiefs managed to bag a win against Chippa United
- Their head coach, Gavin Hunt, could not be prouder of the Amakhosi side
- Hunt was impressed with the performance and he called it proper footballing
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Gavin Hunt is impressed with the Kaizer Chiefs following their performance against Chippa United on Tuesday. The Amakhosi side managed to bag a win and despite only scoring one goal, they had a total of 13 shots at goal.
After the game, Hunt - who has been coaching the Chiefs after Ernst Middendorp resigned - said his boys looked like a "proper football team."
“I thought Njabulo Blom in midfield was outstanding. And that’s the difference. We got a little bit of legs in there. Ngcobo for me I think he’s a great little player. But the whole team for me, I think defensively looked good."
Hunt then applauded Ngezana and Zulu, adding they were fantastic. He said:
"We created so many opportunities tonight. Let’s be honest, we hit the post a few times. That second half, there must have been a patch of five minutes where the keeper made four or five saves."
Hunt applauded the Chiefs' performance and said they looked "solid and much better".
Meanwhile, while the Chiefs might have won a match, this week did not bring all good news for them. Briefly.co.za earlier reported the Kaizer Chiefs have taken to Twitter to announce that the club will not be allowed to register any player for two transfer windows consecutively.
This comes after The Court of Arbitration for Sport Panel (CAS) dismissed Amakhosi's appeal and confirmed FIFA’s DRC decision.
On Tuesday, the court dismissed Chiefs appeal. This, in turn, solidifies that they cannot sign a new player for two transfer windows. The transfer window for the 2020/21 season opened on 22 September and will run until 17 November.
Fans have been tweeting at the official Kaizer Chiefs Twitter account for a while asking for an update on the situation with CAS. Many have now responded to the team's tweet, asking questions and speaking about what they should focus on now.
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