Kaizer Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung has a very clear message for supporters: We need to remember that the key principle of loyalty is showing unity and standing together in solidarity when the going gets tough.
Motaung axed assistant coach Shaun Bartlett on Thursday and head coach Ernst Middendorp on Wednesday after the team failed to win the 2019/20 Absa Premiership title on Saturday, 5 August.
Motaung has urged the supporters to keep on supporting Kaizer Chiefs Football Club in these difficult times.
“We pride ourselves on having built a strong legacy and a culture based on winning,” Motaung told the club’s official website.
“We are aware that the supporters are hurting, and the outcry is too loud to ignore. It is important for our loyal supporters to know that we feel their pain. We are a listening organisation and we respect their right to express their dissatisfaction with the team’s overall performance.
“While we are wounded, we need to remember that the key principle of loyalty is showing unity and standing together in solidarity when the going gets tough.”