Sunday’s controversial MTN 8 semi-final first leg between Kaizer Chiefs and Amazulu is in the books.
Here we wrap all the latest news coming out of the Kaizer Chiefs camp.
Kaizer Chiefs’ October fixtures, including Pirates
After a disrupted September schedule, October is a bumper month for local football.
Our own Siseko Gwegwe runs down the upcoming fixtures for the Glamour Boys.
Mad scenes at MTN 8 semi
Kaizer Chiefs witnessed mad scenes in the MTN 8 semi-final with Amazulu’s bench getting into it with the referee.
Victor Gomes got his cards out though that did little to becalm the situation.
Chances missed and take for Kaizer Chiefs
Relive the goals and the big miss from Ashley du Preez.
There was plenty of action in Chiefs MTN 8 semi-final however you feel about it.
Four deals Kaizer Chiefs should have struck
It’s been another up-and-down start to the season for Chiefs, with the Soweto giants dwelling down in ninth place on the DStv Premiership standings, although they have progressed to the MTN8 semi-finals.
During the pre-season transfer window, many believed Chiefs had made enough strategic moves to be real title contenders this season, but it’s clear a rebuilding process will take some time.
Khune wants to end trophy drought
Itumeleng Khune of Kaizer Chiefs. Photo: Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix
Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune has expressed his side’s desire to end their trophy drought however they have to do it.
The last time Amakhosi won silverware was in 2015 when they triumphed in the league when it was still known as the Absa Premiership with Stuart Baxter also in charge as head coach.
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