As Kaizer Chiefs recover from their first league loss since April, Willard Katsande says he doesn’t want to see another player subjected to booing from the supporters.
Kingston Nkhatha was often the target of the Amakhosi’s boo-boys, even when on the other side for SuperSport United earlier this week, while Matthew Rusike has also come in for criticism when given the opportunity to play.
Now, with Nkhatha gone, Katsande hopes that the club’s fanbase will not get on the backs of other players in his absence.
In this week’s Soccer Laduma, when asked about the possibility of other players being subjected to booing, Katsande said, “We haven't noticed that, but it's not up to us. What some of the supporters do is not good for the players, but we support each other when such a things happen. We hope there won't be another victim of the boo-boys again at the team.”
Chiefs’ next game will see them take on Edu Sports in the Nedbank Cup this weekend as they look to get back to winning ways.