A section of Kaizer Chiefs fans at the New Peter Mokaba Stadium AGAIN threw bottles at Molefi Ntseki after the game against SuperSport United.
Amakhosi suffered a 1-0 loss to former coach Gavin Hunt’s team, thanks to Terrence Dzvukamanja’s early goal.
As things stand, Chiefs have suffered three league defeats, won two and drawn two, and they on eight points after seven games.
This was the second time that Chiefs fans had peddled missiles at Ntseki, demanding for his immediate resignation as head coach.
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The first incident happened at Mbombela Stadium a few weeks ago after Chiefs had lost 1-0 to TS Galaxy through a Brandon Petersen own goal.
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Kaizer Chiefs fans attacking Ntseki Molefe at Peter Mokaba after the loss to supersport 😭— Sydwell🇿🇦 (@Sydwell_RSA) September 20, 2023
It's saddening for the man because the management set him up💔 pic.twitter.com/3gOfmPQxUU
BOBBY STEPS IN TO TRY AND CALM KAIZER CHIEFS FANS DOWN
Meanwhile, Chiefs Football Manager Bobby Motaung tried to calm the club’s angry fans down just moments after the incident.
However, he wasn’t successful in his attempt as the very same fans didn’t even want to listen to him as he was surrounded by police.
"𝗡𝗧𝗦𝗘𝗞𝗜 𝗠𝗨𝗦𝗧 𝗚𝗢…"— #UNPLAYABLE (@UnplayableZA) September 20, 2023
Kaizer Chiefs Foootball Manager Bobby Motaung tries to calm down disgruntled supporters after the match against SuperSport UTD at Peter Mokaba Stadium.