- Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane has proven to be a rather divisive appointment
- The club's fanbase has been split about his ability in leading it back to the land of silverware
- The Amakhosi's legendary former goalkeeper Brian Baloyi did not hold back in his criticism of Zwane
When it comes to Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane, club legend Brian Baloyi has made it bluntly clear what he thinks about his tenure.
The former goalkeeper was forthright that, under any normal circumstances, Zwane would have been shown the door by management because of the team's ropey performances. This comes as the Amakhosi got crucial wins over Orlando Pirates and Richards Bay FC.
Speaking to Robert Marawa on Marawa Sports Worldwide:
"In normal circumstances, he [Zwane] would get fired but Kaizer Chiefs are in a building phase. Respecting the fans and engaging them consistently is important. Share info with them so they can understand what you're trying to do.
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"You can't blame the supporters for being agitated and calling for him to go, he should have been sacked a long time ago results are not forthcoming. Performance has been inconsistent. To be honest it's not been a good season for the club and I don't see them winning any trophy."
Baloyi explains black toiletry bag
Every South African football fan who watched him play at some point asked what was inside Brian Baloyi's toiletry bag, as was reported by Sports Brief.
In the colours of Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Bafana Bafana, 'Spider-Man' was renowned for always putting the toiletry bag inside the net he was minding.
This led to many theories about what was inside it, with some believing it was muthi.
Baloyi calls for PSL FFP
Sports Brief also reported on ex-goalkeeper, Baloyi's simple but drastic to make the Premier Soccer League competitive again.
Mamelodi Sundowns has won five DStv Premiership titles on the bounce and it looks like this will be the status quo until further notice.
Baloyi believes the financial fair play model must be considered in South Africa to make the playing field a little fairer to the other teams.