SuperSport United coach Gavin Hunt

Hunt offers support to Ntseki after Chiefs fans throw missiles 

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 SuperSport United coach Gavin Hunt has expressed solidarity with Kaizer Chiefs coach Molefi Ntseki, who was escorted off the field by the police and security guards on Wednesday night.

Amakhosi threw objects in frustration once again at coach Molefi Ntseki after the club suffered a 1-0 defeat the hands of SuperSport in a DStv Premiership clash at the Peter Mokaba Stadium.

Former Orlando Pirates striker Terrence Dzvukamanja scored the goal of the match for SuperSport.

It was the second time this season Amakhosi fans threw missiles at Ntseki as they did following the 1-0 loss to TS Galaxy last month.

Chiefs was fined and pleaded guilty to the charges of spectator misbehavour. And the Soweto giants are likely to face to face the wrath of the PSL DC after the club’s unruly behaviour in Limpopo. 

Molefi Ntseki



 During the chaotic scenes in Polokwane, Chiefs’ football manager Bobby Motaung was seen trying to calm the furious supporters of the club who displayed their displeasure violently.

“I have been there, been there, I have been there at Swallows. [Hiding] in the boot of a car, I have been there. So I understand, it’s not for me to really comment,” said Hunt.

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“It’s not the right way to end things. We need to be more understanding of situations and maybe they win on Saturday [against Sundowns], then what happens?

“So you never know in football. But we can handle these things in other ways and it’s just, yah it’s sad, it’s very sad,” concluded Hunt who coached Chiefs between September 2020 and May 2021.

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