Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki has swiftly reponded to the fans after anther attack on Saturday.
CARLING KNOCKOUT CUP: KAIZER CHIEFS 1-0 AMAZULU
As The South African website reported on Saturday evening, the Glamour Boys were dumped out of the Carling Knockout final 16 by Usuthu after a Taariq Fielies goal on 88 minutes.
The result meant Chiefs might mark a ninth season without a trophy if Amakhosi fail to win the DStv Premiership title and Nedbank Cup in May.
Additionally, coach Ntseki failed to do his post-match interview on the pitch. The former Technical Director was attacked with thrown missiles, an event that had previously taken place twice in Nelspruit and Polokwane this season.
MOLEFI NTSEKI RESPONDS TO THE FANS
Addressing the media at the press conference, the Chiefs mentor shared his views after facing a third attack from the stands.
“I think it’s difficult if one has to explain the space I find myself in. I always say when you prepare, you prepare to win. But when you lose games like this, you’re always worried about what will happen at the end of the game,” Ntseki said as quoted by FARPost.
“I don’t think it’s a good thing for football. It has turned out to be more like every training session you have is the last training session. Every game you play is your last game.
“You’re more worried about the results. I’ve been saying it’s preparation, preparation, preparation. Yes, you’re not getting the results, and you own up as a coach.
“And the results are not coming. And when things like this happen for the third time, it’s not only affecting you as a coach. It also affects your players,” the Chiefs tactician concluded.
Meanwhile, Amakhosi next game will be a DStv Premiership battle away to Golden Arrows on Saturday 28 October at 15:30.
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