Kaizer Chiefs marketing director Jessica Motaung. Image: Kaizer Chiefs

Jessica condemns violent behaviour from Kaizer Chiefs fans

Kaizer Chiefs supporters once again hurled objects towards Molefi Ntseki following their 1-0 defeat to SuperSport United.


Kaizer Chiefs marketing director Jessica Motaung. Image: Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs marketing director Jessica Motaung says the club is very disappointed in the behaviour of some of their supporters.

Amakhosi supporters hurled objects towards Chiefs coach Molefi Ntseki after their 1-0 defeat to SuperSport United on Wednesday evening at the Peter Mokaba Stadium.

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Motaung has condemned the violent behaviour towards the management and their head coach and called South African football fans to rally together.

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“We’re very disappointed with what happened yesterday (Wednesday) with the fans – we must say with the group of fans who decided to behave in the way they did,” she told the media on Thursday.

“And we must say thank you to our fans who are behaving responsibly because we have responsible fans.

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“But certainly a very disappointing conduct, and for us, it’s to say we condemn the violence. The club does not condone violence,” Motaung added.

Chiefs have brought in 10 new players this season, but the club has failed to find a balance. In their first seven league games, Amakhosi have lost three already, and fans have made it clear they want Ntseki to hand in his resignation.

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“It’s so unfortunate after all the hard work the club has done, we’ve signed 10 players. there is a real transformation and revival, not only in the players, but you can see the playing style and team.

“And we think for our supporters it’s really time to rally together and support. Be together with the team, and let’s work together towards achieving our objectives.

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“So very disappointed about yesterday and we think can we come, we as South Africans must understand that violence is not going to solve our issues, and while we may be angry and do not understand the situation, we rather need to sit together and collaborate, “Motaung said.

This was the second time this season that Ntseki had to be escorted by police. Last month, the Kaizer Chiefs coach was thrown with objects after the club lost 1-0 to TS Galaxy in Mbombela.