A former Kaizer Chiefs player feels Amakhosi have made no progress from last season under current coach Stuart Baxter and has stated that the the former Bafana Bafana mentor needs to pull up his socks.
Amakhosi succumbed to a 4-1 defeat to Royal AM at FNB Stadium on Sunday, which led to Baxter apologising to the club's supporters for what he described as an embarassing result.
The Soweto giants currently have the worst defence in the league, with seven goals conceded in the four Premiership matches they have played.
Former Amakhosi player Robson Muchichwa hit out at Baxter and called for the coach to turn things around.
"It's like these guys are continuing from what they were doing last season. I don't see any changes from the coach since he came in. A coach should not apologise, he should bring results. If a coach apologises, he is apologising for what? He was brought to save the sinking ship, but he is apologising," Muchichwa tells the Siya crew.
"The coach needs to pull up his socks because Chiefs needs to win. He needs to do his job. Chiefs is a winning team and they cannot go on like this. They can't concede six goals in two games. He was brought in to save a sinking ship, but it seems the ship is sinking more and more. Everyone in the team has to pull up their socks and play their role. They need to wake up because Chiefs is a big team. We don't need apologies, we need wins."