Last month, Kaizer Chiefs announced that they will not be hosting their annual end-of-season club awards ceremony due to a disappointing 2017/18 campaign.
Amakhosi finished three seasons in a row without any major silverware during the mentorship of now former head coach, Steve Komphela. The cancellation of the team's awards evening has since received mixed reaction from the Chiefs faithful, and continues to do so.
Supporters Club chatted to one of its members Cello Jay, who believes the club's management was wrong to call off the awards.
"The club is wrong. How do you expect the players to perform well if you put a cloud over their heads?" he said.
"It seems what the club is doing is holding their players hostage, which in my opinion is very wrong. It's very unfair for a player to be blamed for the whole team performance. Khune, for instance, has been the spinal cord of the team.
"The atmosphere among players will change, there will be conflict, they will need someone to blame and end up blaming one another. This will, in turn, affect the team on the pitch in this upcoming season. They should award each player in those respective categories, to boost their morale and performance on the pitch.
"These awards are for individual performances, not where the team is standing on the log. That's my view."
Do you agree with the views of this Khosi supporter?