Kaizer Chiefs fans unhappy with Gavin Hunt after team gets defeated

- Kaizer Chiefs were defeated by AmaZulu 2-1 in a match that took place at the FNB stadium in Johannesburg on Wednesday night

- Fans of Amakhosi were left thoroughly disappointed in the team's defeat after having high hopes

- Many super-fans have headed online to express their disappointment in coach Gavin Hunt and his team for not walking away as winners

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On Wednesday this week, Kaizer Chiefs went head-on against AmaZulu. While the game started off on a good note, it did not end very well for Amakhosi, who were defeated by AmaZulu, who managed to score two goals while Chiefs only secured one ball in the net.

Kaizer Chiefs fans were left super disappointed at the outcome of the match and did not spare and time taking to various social media pages to criticise their favourite team for the way they fared during the match, which took place at the FNB Stadium.

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Many fans decided that the loss was all on Hunt and expressed this loudly on Twitter. Briefly.co.za takes a look at some of the tweets made by upset Amakhosi fans. Read a few of them below:

@Fantastic_SoLo wrote:

"Is Tso Vilakazi right about Kaizer Chiefs FC management regarding Black coaches and Gavin Hunt?"

@Mkhu28 said:

"Listening to Gavin Hunt’s post-match interviews is such a frustration. He doesn’t give straight answers to simple questions and then on top of that he mumbles to a point where you can’t hear a thing he says. It’s like listening to a tavern patron."

@alan_sithole said:

"At some point as Khosi fans, we need to swallow our pride and accept that we were so wrong abt Gavin Hunt. Yes we all wanted him, we were all excited when we got him but it doesn't seem like he is the coach we all thought he is."
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Itumeleng Khune of Chiefs is at long last coming out of his long hiatus away from football field. The Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper had been absent from the field since last year December before Christmas time.

His first game for this year will be taken place against AmaZulu on Wednesday night this week and many locals don't seem to think that it's a good idea that he will be back for the time being. Others, however, welcomed the player back in the game.

Briefly.co.za has taken some time to compile some of the opinions locals have shared on Khune taking to the field after such a long time.

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