Khosi Nation urges club to pay Hadebe fee to Chicken Inn

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Kaizer Chiefs in action against Mamelodi Sundowns.
Kaizer Chiefs in action against Mamelodi Sundowns.
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The latest news on Kaizer Chiefs' controversy with FIFA and Orlando Pirates' recent form has drawn plenty of attention from Kick Off's readers. 

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Stories about an Orlando Pirates legend speaking about the club's lack of consistency and Kaizer Chiefs potentially facing the wrath of FIFA once again invited a host of comments from KO readers. 

Read: Chiefs to face FIFA whip again for transfer controversy?

Let's check out what they had to say... 

KO Comments

Things could go from bad to worse at Kaizer Chiefs as the club could face yet another FIFA-imposed penalty following the latest events that have emerged around the transfer of ex-player, Zimbabwe's Teenage Hadebe. 

FIFA have reportedly issued a ruling that orders the Soweto Giants to pay Hadebe's former side, Chicken Inn R360 000 or face another transfer ban. 

Here's what the readers had to say on the "Chiefs to face FIFA whip again for transfer controversy?" story:

"If the Motaung did not learn from the Andrianarimanana issue then they will NEVER EVER learn anything," says peter95157. 

"If there was a clause in the contract in this regard, Chiefs should pay. They should have also put a clause in Blom's contact that if the team in America sells him to Europe, a certain amount/percentage should come to Chiefs. That is practiced all over. It's the business of selling players," says Soccer Fanatic. 

"R360k is nothing to the Motaung's. They just have to give FIFA & Chicken Inn those peanuts and move on," says Khosilannete0. 

Read: Bucs legend: Pirates management cannot be happy

At Orlando Pirates, things seem to be a lot more positive following two wins on the trot and seven goals scored in those wins against Golden Arrows and Stellenbosch. 

A club legend, Ronnie Zondi is happy with the recent results but feels the performances can get better and that the club's biggest enemy is consistency. 

This is what the readers had to say on the "Bucs legend: Pirates management cannot be happy" story: 

"The problem with the system we're playing is that it does not suit the players, especially in the midfield. Look at Monare for instance in the previous game his performance was good. if you play him on a defensive role he is not effective," says Fela. 

"Why did we sign Mabena if we are not using him?" says morewasn. 

"The sober view from the legendary Zondi. They seem to rely on luck. That luck is on one player - Saleng. If he is off on the day, Pirates just pass the ball sideways and backwards - no threats to the opponents," says maxncane. 

Scroll through the gallery to view snaps of Chiefs and Pirates in league action: 

Kaizer Chiefs in action against Mamelodi Sundowns.
Kaizer Chiefs in action against Mamelodi Sundowns.
Orlando Pirates celebrating a goal against Stellen
Orlando Pirates celebrating a goal against Stellenbosch.
Kaizer Chiefs in action against Mamelodi Sundowns.
Kaizer Chiefs in action against Mamelodi Sundowns.

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