- Mmusi Maimane has taken to Twitter to express disappointment in Kaizer Chiefs' recent loss to Swallows FC
- In his sad post, Maimane writes that he has invested too much emotionally in the team which seems to be on a losing roll
- Soon other Chiefs fans were soon in the comment section sharing in Maimane's disappointment
Mmusi Maimane recently took to Facebook to share a sad post about how disappointed he is in his favourite team, Kaizer Chiefs for losing the match against Swallows FC last night at the Dobsonville stadium.
"The emotional investment is too much. @KaizerChiefs iyisafani," wrote Maimane who also included a picture of himself wearing his Kaizer Chiefs jersey.
"As the people of Dobsonville we demand answers re what took place tonight at the stadium," he continued.
Meanwhile, other Amakhosi fans could totally relate, many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the 1-0 loss. Read a few of them below.
"I'm no Chiefs fan, but things will be better soon maKhosi. There's no PSL team that never underwent what Chiefs is going through at the moment."
"Chiefs has become like DA since Mmusi left. Ayisafani shem!"
"Supporting Kaizer Chiefs is self abuse honestly. I avoid all of their games. Chiefs and Arsenal same WhatsApp group, I don’t enjoy soccer anymore coz of them."
"Today is the day I stop associating myself with Kaizer Chiefs. I have a beautiful daughter to live for."
Earlier today Briefly.co.za reported that 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.
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Source: Briefly News