Johannesburg: despite the sacking of coach Steve Komphela, kaizer chiefs troubles are far from over as they suffered yet another defeat at the hands of Golden Arrows 3-1 on Tuesday night at Princess Magogo Stadium.
After the humiliating exit on the Nedbank semifinal, Kaizer Chiefs suffered yet another defeat by Golden Arrows on Tuesday night in Durban.
There was a noticeable presence in quamash, although there were only 2000 fans in attendance as AbafanaBe’sthende eased their relegation concerns against fourth-place Amakhosi.
This huge presence of police is guided by the weekend event at Moses Mabhida stadium, where there were looting and damage of properties when fans stormed the pitch after Kaizer Chiefs lost to Free State Stars on the Nedbank semifinal.
Chiefs suffered another setback when their forward Leanardo Castro was sent off for a bad challenge on defender MatomeMathiane and he will be out for the rest of the season.
While Kaizer Chiefs caretaker coach said “ I mean it happened very quickly and the way it happened you kind of like to say you are going to change everything because it happened quickly” Patrick Mabedi told reporters about Castro’s red card.
Their other matches saw Chippa United played all draw with Bloemfontein Celtic, while Ajax Cape Town beat Baroka 1-0
The Glamour Boys will host high-flying Maritzburg United at FNB Stadium on Saturday before concluding their campaign with a trip to relegated threatened Ajax Cape Town on May 12.
There are other games tonight as follows:
Orlando Pirates vs Bidvest Wits at 19:30
Polokwane City vs Cape Town City at 19;30
Platinum Stars vs Amazulu at 19:30