- Coach Gavin Hunt recently decided to warn his players against a destructive lifestyle
- According to reports, Hunt has told the players that they need to stay focused on the game and not the lavish lifestyle that accompanies it
- His stern words come after the team's goal-less game against Stellenbosch last Saturday afternoon
Coach Gavin Hunt recently delivered a stern warning to the players on his team about being distracted by the fame that comes along with being a player in one of the most prominent South African teams.
According to Hunt, there is no place on his team for bad boys and glamour boys who are depicted by their lifestyles as lovers of fancy cars and clothing, spending a lot of money on babes and expensive parties.
Hunt obviously wants his team - which walked away from a Stellenbosch game with no goals scored last Saturday - to focus more on the science of football and less on the popularity that accompanies the title of a Kaizer Chiefs player.
“This club has had too many of those players,” said Hunt, adding that he and other senior members of the team do not want or need those kinds of players on the team, The South African article recently reported.
“We’ve had a few players here over the years which have caused some problems and they won’t be here at Kaizer Chiefs if I’m here, that’s for sure," Hunt finished according to a WhosWho article.
Meanwhile, dozens of Kaizer Chiefs fans have headed online to wish their favourite team good luck ahead of their game today.
In other Briefly.co.za news, Coach Gavin Hunt is not only making his team Kaizer Chiefs and their loyal supporters very proud but he also seems to be making his beautiful young daughter, Kaitlin Hunt, extremely proud too.
The young lady and daughter of a SA football coach recently headed to Twitter to celebrate her dad's stellar achievement - helping his team qualify for the CAF group stages. This has not been achieved for the team in many years.
"First coach in the history of Kaizer Chiefs to qualify for the CAF group stages," she proudly captioned the Twitter post.
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