Khanye Reacts To Chiefs Fan’s Protest
Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye has praised Amakhosi fans for their recent protest, saying the club must act and listen to their demands.
The iDiski Times analyst addressed the #KaizerChiefsProtest in this week’s column in our newspaper.
Khanye supported his former side’s fans, even though he expected some of the fans’ branches to become involved.
“I sympathise with Chiefs fans because they support the club with all their heart and it must be painful for them to see their club go through such a long run of not winning anything.
“I must say that I was surprised with the way this protest was implemented because I know Chiefs fans have branches and you would have expected that through branches, fans would
use that platform to express their grievances.
“The management of Kaizer Chiefs must act quickly to address the concerns of the supporters. This club is the biggest in the country in terms of the support base it enjoys.
“The club’s sponsors will be looking at these developments with a concerned eye in how the club acts towards addressing the concerns of the fans.
“The club’s Marketing Manager Jessica Motaung accepted the memorandum from the fans on Friday and promised that the club would address their concerns. It is very important that the club act on the demands and listen to the fans.”
Khanye also insists that Kaizer Motaung should come back and help the club more, before naming two legends, who should also be roped in. In addition, he writes why Amakhosi should not re-appoint former coach Stuart Baxter and you can read his full column in this week’s iDiski Times, edition 20, available in English and Zulu.