Bloemfontein Celtic fans have not been happy with some of the happenings at the club in recent times, according to the team’s superfan Botha Msila.
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Among other grievances, the fans have been concerned for seeing the club losing some of the important members of the team.
Although the Mangaung outfit has been claiming that there is no crisis at the team, Msila and the other fans have been concerned with some of the activities at the club.
“No, we don't understand what is happening at the moment. When people leave a school, it's because the teachers aren't treating them well or their pass rate is too low, so which is it? We know management is trying to resolve a crisis and I'm sure they are working very hard, but they know they can't sit with us because we are angry,” said Msila.
Celtic have been struggling to get impressive results. The team has been moving down on the Absa Premiership log.
“Yes, the club has been struggling since Clinton Larsen has left. But we don't know. The players must talk to us and let us know what is wrong. If they want Larsen back, we will put pressure on management and get him back. We've gone 10 games without a victory now, that is not the culture of our team, and now supporters are doubting whether they should even go to the stadium,” explained Msila.
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