Chiefs Coach Gavin Hunt Says His Job Is the Most Stressful in Mzansi

Chiefs Coach Gavin Hunt Says His Job Is the Most Stressful in Mzansi

Marilynn Manuel
updated at April 12, 2023 at 7:46 PM

- Kaizer Chief's Coach Gavin Hunt has opened up about the stress involved with being a coach to a prominent SA soccer team

- Speaking to a South African publication, Hunt said that the job entailed having to deal with immense pressure

- His words come after a rather turbulent start for the team during the eight league games

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South Africa's Kaizer Chiefs coach, Gavin Hunt has opened up about the immense pressure he is under as one of South Africa's most prominent football club's coaches. According to Hunt, it is the most stressful job in Mzansi.

Hunt, who seems to be feeling the pressure after the team's harsh beginning of the eight league games, recently spoke about how stressed he is having to coach a team with so many fans in the country.

According to an interview done with a South African publication, Hunt says that being a coach during the last few Kaizer Chiefs matches has certainly not been an easy task. He also added that things have gone "against the team."

Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt says his job is the most stressful in Mzansi
Kaizer Chief's Gavin Hunt says being Chief's coach is a difficult job. Image: @KaizerChiefs
Source: Twitter

Speaking during a Citizen interview, Hunt said:

"“Yes. It certainly is the most stressful job. It’s only been a few games but it certainly is. It hasn’t been easy."

Meanwhile, South African Kaizer Chiefs fans have had this to say about Hunt:

@Cameronmomoo said:

"A lot has been said about #GavinHunt being better than coach Midderndorp but haike this is one is too much, I think #KaizerChiefs players they're the problem, not the coach. #Khune #Amakhosi4Life #DStvPrem"

@Selbybok said:

"N.B. #GavinHunt isn't the problem, the problem are those overpaid players that lack commitment and have no respect for the Chiefs jersey. Oh and Bobby too." previously reported that Kaizer Chiefs fans are not happy at all, not after a video has emerged online of defender Eric Mathoho, goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune as well as Lebogang Manyama at a party.

Yoki Yoki hitmaker Vhudi Mamphwe, the younger brother of Mathoho provided the music. Fans were unhappy with the Chiefs recent performance, particularly Khune and did not feel that the had earned the right to celebrate.

"Kaizer Chiefs players don’t have stress shem Mathoho ke drum boy, Manyama enjoying his beverage, Khune o haka Matrokisi..."

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