Khune was right but who's wrong?
Kaizer Chiefs skipper- Itumeleng Khune- was right to urge his teammates to come to the party and share the responsibility of bouncing from obscurity.
While Khune was right in his now infamous emotional Soweto derby post match interview- someone has to take the blame. If indeed the Kaizer Chiefs jersey is a bit heavier for some players- then whoever is responsible for acquiring their services has to take the blame. Coaches have come and gone at Naturena but they can't all be bad.
Club management has to take the blame not coaches. Steve Khompela had to work with players whom fitted the 'Chiefs way' at the expense of his philosophy. Stuart Baxter made it clear that David Zulu was not among the players he requested but surprisingly he was announced as his new signing.
Giovanni Solinas joined Amakhosi on the eleventh hour- making his task a bit difficult because he had- to work with what was on offer. Bobby Motaung is misusing his powers. Let coaches take the managerial role because they are the ones who take the fall when they don't deliver.
If Khune was right then Bobby is wrong.