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Stories on Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune making an honest admission about the club's trophy failures over the last seven years and a Motsepe Foundation Championship side set to be renamed as Bloemfontein Celtics, has invited a lot of comments from KO readers.
Read: Khune makes honest admission over Chiefs' seven-year trophy drought
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Kaizer Chiefs skipper Itumeleng Khune made an honest admission on the team's failure to win a trophy for the last seven seasons.
He admitted that they've let down the fans and the chairman and feels that he doesn't belong to the badge and the club due to this trophy drought.
Here's how the fans responded on the "Khune makes honest admission over Chiefs' seven-year trophy drought" story:
"We miss you faking injuries every time Chiefs is winning to eat time," reminisces fsengani02.
"At least someone is taking the blame, not the useless coach who always shields his players for a poor performance. Paul Dolezer would say go ask the players not me, so this one is always 'I can't fault my players they played well', mxm.
"Please bring back Muhsin Ertugral and Farouk to build this team for you please," says SK wa Le Khosi.
"Bobby is part of this mess, he chased Pule Ekstein before the final of the Nedbank (the cup was won TS Galaxy) he chased Maluleka in the last 6 months of his contract while Amakhosi was on their way to lift the League title (that was won by Sundowns on the last 30 min of the final day)
"Bobby never paid the Madagascar club and Chiefs was banned for two years by FIFA, Bobby hasn't signed players in years, instead he opts for Free Agents. In fact, Bobby is the biggest culprit here, stubborn as well," says ngwanamoshate.70.
Read: Boost for Free State Football as Bloemfontein Celtic set for sensational return
Motsepe Foundation Championship side, Tshakuma Tsha Madzhivhandila is set to be renamed Bloemfontein Celtic after relocating to the Free State.
The Lawrence Mulaudzi-owned club recently relocated to Bloemfontein and changed their kit colours to green and white, the same colours used by Siwelele before they were bought out by Royal AM.
Here's how the readers responded on the "Boost for Free State Football as Bloemfontein Celtic set for sensational return" story:
"Bloemfontein will be alive again," says Abuti, who added: "Neo Maema will visit them one day. Green and White is what groomed him."
"What happens when he decides to take the team back home, if the team is not Bloem they shouldn’t name it Bloemfontein Celtic," says mzi.loc.
"Has he paid the players first? Bloem is cursed with broke wannabe team owners," says Zam d King Buccaneer.
"Yes it's wonderful. As long it comes from a good place in their hearts to reward the loyal supporters and to mend their broken hearts. As long as it's not an exploitation adventure.
"As long as those supporters are brought in to some level of decision making, and as long as some local talents are scouted and recruited into the team. Good luck," says no1coachkm.
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