Mzansi Responds to Cavin Johnson’s Appointment As Kaizer Chiefs’ New Coach After Sacking Ntseki

Mzansi Responds to Cavin Johnson’s Appointment As Kaizer Chiefs’ New Coach After Sacking Ntseki

  • Kaizer Chiefs played against AmaZulu for their first Carling Black Label Cup match, losing the game
  • Cavin Johnson was appointed as the new Kaizer Chiefs interim coach shortly after Ntseki was sacked
  • Netizens responded on Twitter regarding the new changes that Kaizer Chiefs has made

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Mzansi respond to the appointment of Cavin Johnson
Cavin Johnson was appointed as the new interim coach for Kaizer Chiefs. Image: @cavin_johnson
Source: Instagram

Bathong, Kaizer Chiefs has no mercy. Just after losing their first Carling Black Label Cup match, they showed Molefi Ntseki the door, replacing him with a new interim coach.

Cavin Johnson replaces Molefi Ntseki

Kaizer Chiefs has managed to find themselves making headlines once again. The team lost its first match in the Carling Black Label Cup on Saturday, 21 October 2023, at the FNB Stadium, and they were playing against AmaZulu.

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On Monday, 23 October 2023, Kaizer Chiefs showed Molefi Ntseki the door, and during the day, they announced that Cavin Johnson is their new interim coach for the club.

Kaizer Chiefs officially shared the news on X about Cavin joining the club. They wrote:

"Cavin Johnson will take over as the First Team coach on an interim basis. Current assistant coach, Dillon Sheppard, will retain his position under Johnson."

See the tweet below:

Netizens respond to Cavin Johnson's appointment

Shortly after the news circulated on social media, fans and followers of the club poured out their hearts and shared their honest opinions regarding these sudden changes. Check out some of the comments below:

@LeratoN_ said:

"Until you get Kaizer Chiefs material players. You will keep changing coaches until Jesus comes back."

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@aey_dear wrote:

"This chopping and changing is making us look like a small team from Marabastad. But at this point, what choice do we have!?"

@Cellular_jnr said:

"Welcome to the biggest team in South Africa! I hope and believe you’ll help us in bringing back the glory days to Naturena!"

@RealMrumaDrive replied:

"What are you guys trying to do here? We will give him only 2 games, and we don’t want a draw on those 2 games."

@SthembiD responded:

"you will fire him again after 6 months when Chiefs continue losing."

@Cellular_jnr wrote:

"I strongly believe Cavin Johnson it’s the right man to lead Kaizer Chiefs for the remainder of the season as an interim coach. My objective it’s to see Kaizer Chiefs playing good football, players feeling confident to play, finish second (qualify for CAF) and win the Nedbank Cup!"

@ShakesRampedi said:

"Dear Kaizer Chiefs Management...Keep treating this club as a joke, and you'll find yourself changing coaches every season. Good luck, Cavin Johnson."

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@PMSFC__ replied:

"I can't believe that Cavin Johnson agreed to be their next victim."

Fans call for Ntseki to be fired

In a similar article, Briefly News reported that Amakhosi fans were angry after Kaizer Chiefs lost to TS Galaxy.

The fans were furious at the team’s poor run and were so livid that they pelleted former Kaizer Chiefs coach Molefi Ntsei with objects. Police had to escort him out of the stadium, with fans calling for his resignation.

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