Kaizer Chiefs have, in recent years, come under scrutiny regarding their transfer policies and the continuous acquiring of Zimbabwean internationals. After yet another disappointing season for Amakhosi, one supporter expressed his views and pointed out that Chiefs are not helping the development of football in the country.
As the curtain has closed on the 2016/17 season, there have been some smiles and frowns for many of the supporters, but this campaign was definitely one to remember as Bidvest Wits claimed their first ABSA Premiership league title.
Today, Kaizer Chiefs will host ABSA Premiership champions Bidvest Wits at FNB Stadium. The hosts are expected to give The Students a "guard of honour", but this is yet to be confirmed by the Amakhosi camp.
As Orlando Pirates get ready to take on Golden Arrows in their final ABSA Premiership league encounter today, Supporters Club would like you, our beloved readers, to suggest your starting XI that you believe is capable of possibly securing a spot in the top eight for the Buccaneers.
Mamelodi Sundowns will travel away to do battle against Highlands Park in their final league encounter of the ABSA Premiership season today. The home side are gunning to win this game as it could help them remain in the top flight, while a win for Sundowns will ensure they qualify for next season's CAF Champions League competition.
Kaizer Chiefs have once again finished a season without silverware. The Amakhosi faithful have expressed their disappointment on numerous occasions, and one supporter suggested that the Chiefs players do not deserve to have an awards ceremony this season.
On Saturday, Orlando Pirates will travel to the Moses Mabhida Stadium to face off against Golden Arrows in their final league encounter of the 2016/17 season. The Buccaneers' chances of securing a top eight spot are slim, and they will be hoping the football gods are on their side over the weekend.