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Police cover Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane. Image: @RyanJCooper8/ Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs legend lays blame on fans!

Misbehaving Kaizer Chiefs fans are to blame for the club’s attacking woes according to a club legend.

Chiefs Zwane fans

Police cover Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane. Image: @RyanJCooper8/ Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs legend Daniel Matsau believes the club’s fans are partially to blame for their attacking woes.

The Glamour Boys have struggled in front of goal this season, scoring just 19 goals in 21 league matches.

The club’s massive fan base are not shy to voice their disappointment, often leaving the club in trouble with the league’s disciplinary committee.

And now, according to former Kaizer Chiefs attacker Daniel Matsau, fan pressure is affecting the club’s strikers.

Fan pressure affecting Kaizer Chiefs strikers

“What the supporters are doing makes the Kaizer Chiefs players afraid to take risks on the pitch. They are afraid to make mistakes. It’s difficult for a player who is afraid to make mistakes to shoot from outside the box,” Matsau told KickOff.

“At the moment, Chiefs players are even scared to miss chances. Everyone wants to be on the safe side and say, ‘it’s not me who missed the goal, I did give him a pass and he missed.’”

Today’s match at the Athlone Stadium is scheduled to get underway at 15:30. The match will be televised live on SuperSport PSL.

Fortunately for many Cape Town City and Kaizer Chiefs fans, today’s match will be televised on SABC1.

In other news, Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma has opened up on his incredible rise to stardom at Naturena.

After playing second fiddle to Itumeleng Khune for over six years, Bvuma has finally cemented his place as the club’s number one keeper.

Bvuma has been incredible for Cavin Johnson since being entrusted with leading his side’s defence. The Amakhosi academy graduate has kept six clean sheets in his last eight matches for Kaizer Chiefs.

I’m living my dream – Bvuma

“I can’t describe how it feels like to play for Kaizer Chiefs, it’s one of the biggest teams in Africa. It’s every child’s dream to play for his team. We grew up watching Chiefs at a very young age and for me to be part of this brand it’s a blessing,” Bvuma told Vodacom Soccer as quoted by Citizen.

“I thank God for getting here. Like I said, it’s been my dream since I was young watching the likes of Itu (Khune). He is a legend, I grew up watching him a lot, Brian Baloyi and all the legends of Kaizer Chiefs. They inspired me to also come here and play, and for me to be here now is a blessing.”