Having travelled from almost all corners of Mzansi, Kaizer Chiefs supporters had to leave Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium with yet more disappointment after their beloved team lost 3-1 to Chippa United.
Having been on a taxi myself from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth nine hours through the night, I know exactly how disappointed the Amakhosi faithful are. The taxi fare itself is expensive and the trip is taxing on one's body.
About the scenes that occurred at the stadium… After a very good start that resulted in a very good goal by Siphiwe Tshabalala in the first half, things changed in the second half, when Chippa United equalised and scored a second in a space of a minute, before they sealed the victory with a third strike about 15 minutes later.
What was not pleasing was to see a section of supporters throwing bottles at coach Steve Komphela. It was sad to witness that. I mean, to see the SAPS, the Chiefs team security and the stadium security personnel all trying to protect the coach from his club's supporters is discouraging.
What was also shocking was the fact that after Komphela went to the tunnel, team captain Itumeleng Khune and his teammates waved to the supporters and they cheered him.
Whatever the case might be, the Amakhosi faithful are fed up, and they are tired of their team always coming second best!
Do you think the supporters are right showing their disappointment in that manner?