Kaizer Chiefs fans react to the club finally sacking Molefi Ntseki

In a shocking announcement, Kaizer Chiefs have revealed they have parted ways with Molefi Ntseki, and many of the club’s supporters have stormed social media to express their mixed reactions.

The Chiefs held an emergency meeting on Monday, October 23, to sack Molefi Ntseki after a humiliating 1-0 loss to AmaZulu in the first round of the Carling Black Label knockout at FNB Stadium.

Ntseki, who was parachuted to the head coach role at Naturena in July after he had also been serving as the club’s head of youth development, won only four of the 13 games he oversaw, with six defeats and three draws.

Cavin Johnson, who recently joined the Chiefs as Head of the Youth Development Academy, will take over the hot seat on an interim basis. Current assistant coach Dillon Sheppard will retain his position under Johnson.

Assistant Coach Arthur Zwane will return to his former role within the development structures of the club.

The news came as a massive shock to the fans.

The controversial decision has resulted in fans heading to social media to express their opinion.

One user said, “A massive thank you to coach Ntseki for taking care of the club during his tenure.”

While another commented, “How do you fire someone after letting him choose all his players?”

“Bad decision by the management to sack Ntseki this time,” another supporter raged. “We literally spent millions to get the signings he wanted. And then sacked him.”

But some fans, while upset, did understand the decision. One wrote, “I’m against his sacking. However, the one point against him I agree with is that he was playing so many players out of position. I guess after a while, the players felt fed up with it and maybe just wanted a new formation. Whether or not he felt they could.”

Losing to AmaZulu proved to be the final nail in the coffin for Ntseki, who was pelted with missiles by furious supporters and shielded by security personnel from leaving the field.

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