- Kaizer Chiefs' Gavin Hunt has expressed confusion over a recent goal that was disallowed
- The goal was scored in a match between Kaizer Chiefs and Swallows FC on Tuesday evening
- Kaizer Chiefs suffered a 1-0 loss to Swallows FC after a goal scored by Daniel Cardoso was disallowed
Coach Gavin Hunt of Kaizer Chiefs has expressed his confusion by a goal that was disallowed during a Kaizer Chiefs and Swallows FC. The match took place on Tuesday evening this week at the Dobsonville Stadium.
Chiefs subsequently lost to the Swallows having had a final score of 1-0. A disappointed Hunt however feels like the decision to disallow a goal made by Daniel Cardoso may have been an unfair one.
The goal was disallowed after it was assessed that Cardoso had fouled Swallows goalkeeper, Virgil Vries while scoring the goal which if it stood, could have resulted in a much happier ending for Amakhosi who have now extended their losing streak to 5 matches.
Speaking after the match in a SuperSport interview, coach Hunt expressed both disappointment and confusion at the disallowed goal, citing that he was not sure why the goal had been disallowed.
"We had some great opportunities, scored the goal, I don't know why it was disallowed, I'm not sure," said a disappointed Hunt during the interview.
Meanwhile, soccer fans had this to say:
"Tomorrow some of our so-called senior players will come back on this app acting like nothing happened and post pics with captions like 'Boss Ya Mboka' and 'Family Time.'"
"This loss serves us well. I've been saying time and time again that we need to start playing development players. These old crocks are tired. We've been using the same players for the past 6 years, what exactly have they brought?"
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Source: Briefly News