- Kaizer Chiefs fans are not happy with the team and furious with what they are getting up to
- A viral video showing Eric Mathoho, Itumeleng Khune as well as Lebogang Manyama at a party has raised eyebrows
- Chiefs fans do not believe the team has anything to celebrate following the team's series of embarrassing defeats
Kaizer Chiefs fans are not happy at all, not after a video has emerged online of defender Eric Mathoho, goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune as well as Lebogang Manyama at a party.
Yoki Yoki hitmaker Vhudi Mamphwe, the younger brother of Mathoho provided the music.
Fans were unhappy with the Chiefs recent performance, particularly Khune and did not feel that the had earned the right to celebrate.
"Kaizer Chiefs players don’t have stress shem Mathoho ke drum boy, Manyama enjoying his beverage, Khune o haka Matrokisi..."
"Hai go mnate ko Naturena shem "
"Bro alcohol and unhealthy food can affect the performance of an athlete. If u drink alcohol on a weekend you will have a problem with Tuesday or Wednesday game that why they always out run by opponents."
"And their supporters are having a 'black Xmas' (worried about relegation zone)"
"Khune is lekker dronk!!!!"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Gavin Hunt, the head coach of Kaizer Chiefs refused to hold the team's captain solely responsible for the humiliating defeat to Supersport United.
The Chiefs have been in a bit of a slump lately and so has Itumeleng Khune, who has had a bad couple of matches recently.
This last match was a case in point, where Khune's costly blunder allowed United to defeat the Chiefs 2-1.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Kaizer Chiefs beat Cameroon team PWD Bamenda on Sunday 1-0 in a nail-biting encounter in Limbe. This was Chiefs' first-round tie and their win pleased coach Gavin Hunt, who was impressed with the victory.
Amakhosi have played a total of nine matches this season but this win was only the third in their campaign. The pressure had been mounting for Chiefs after they had suffered losses to Moroka Swallows and Orlando Pirates.
Chiefs managed to secure the win against PWD Bamenda with a goal from Eric Matoho seven minutes from time. They were also helped by a late penalty save from Itumeleng Khune.
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