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New Kaiser Chiefs Head of Technical and Youth Development Morefi Ntzeki Supported Stuart Baxter To bring the DStv Premiership Club to the pinnacle of South African football.
Amakhosi finished second in the 2019/20 campaign under Ernst Middendorp, but finished eighth this season under recently resigned Gavin Hunt.
Baxter was the last coach to win the highest honor in the Chiefs, having won the Nedbank Cup and MTN8 as well as twice in the league.
As quoted by, Nzeki said IOL: “He describes the technical and tactical aspects of the game in great detail.
“He excels in man management skills and I think it’s good to join the club given his achievements and experience. Working with him to regain his glorious days. I’m looking forward to”
“He used to coach the club from 2012 to 2015, but the club experienced a dry season when he couldn’t win anything. After he arrived, he turned things around. Things turned around. And I hope that the days of glory will come back.
“He is excited by the interaction with him.”
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