- Gavin Hunt, head coach for Kaizer Chiefs, stated that he was disappointed in his team after this weekend's draw
- Kaizer Chiefs faced PWD Bamenda hours after they landed in South Africa from Cameroon, a five-hour flight
- Hunt claimed that in his 30 years of coaching he had never seen anything like Chiefs' current goal-scoring crisis
Kaizer Chiefs' head coach Gavin Hunt expressed his disappointment in his team's performance following their draw against PWD Bamenda. Bamenda arrived in SA hours before their CAF Champions League preliminary round match.
Fans and soccer enthusiasts alike expected Amakhosi to take advantage of their opponents' jetlag but that was far from the case. Chiefs managed to proceed to the next round due to a 1-0 on aggregate victory.
Despite this, Hunt is shared that he felt it was a disappointing game. Speaking about the goal-scoring crisis Chiefs is experiencing, Hunt had some very intense words.
According to The South African, Hunt said that in his 30 years of coaching he had never seen anything like Chiefs goal-scoring crisis. While GOAL reported that Hunt said there were no positives to take from the weekends draw that can help his side against the Black Leopards on Wednesday.
Briefly.co.za recently reported on Chiefs after they announced that Samir Nurković would be back in training. The 28-year-old Serbian was recovering from a surgery that was performed at the end of the last season. Chiefs shared the news through their Twitter page.
Fans have taken to Amakhosi's replies section to express their thoughts on Nurković's return. Many have said that Nurković's absence played a major role in Chiefs' performance so far this season. Fans had this to say:
"Meaning this season might start next game for Chiefs, KAIZER CHIEFS IS BACK IN TRAINING."
"Good news but he must not be rushed, this is going to be a long season for us so he must be fully fit before he can play."
"Don't rush him Khosi. We saw what happened last night when Arsenal rushed Partey. Let's not rush him Khosi, the season is long. Our neighbours are dropping points so we don't have to panic yet."
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