An early goal by Terrence Dzvukamanja gave Matsatsantsa all three points on the night despite Amakhosi creating the best chances of the game.
After the match, Chiefs fans expressed their frustrations by throwing objects at Ntseki as he was heading into the tunnel. The coach once again had to be shielded by police and security personnel. Amakhosi Football Manager Bobby Motaung was seen trying to calm angry fans at the stadium.
‘NTSEKI MUST GO’ SAYS CHIEFS FANS
After six games, the former Bafana Bafana coach has already lost three matches and is definitely feeling the heat from fans.
“I think they are disappointed because they are looking at the performance of the team and the expectation is for us to win games,” he told iDiski Times.
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Kaizer Chiefs Foootball Manager Bobby Motaung tries to calm down disgruntled supporters after the match against SuperSport UTD at Peter Mokaba Stadium.
Chiefs fans want Ntseki out.
“And when you don’t win games like this, like the one last week, obviously the supporters are disappointed.
“As much as they are disappointed I think we are having a good team, we were having a good game and the players are performing to the best of their abilities, and I think the plan worked out today, it’s just that we conceded very early,” Ntseki said.
Chiefs fans chanting ‘Ntseki must go’
After just six games into the DStv Premiership season, fans are calling for the 54-year-old to be removed as coach. He has a chance to redeem himself as Chiefs travel to Pretoria to face Mamelodi Sundowns in the second leg of the MTN8 semi-final.