More than 50 Kaizer Chiefs supporters have handed a memorandum of demands to the club’s management outside the Chiefs village in Naturena, south of Johannesburg.
The fans’ march to Naturena was to protest against the club’s poor results and its failure to win a major trophy over the last six seasons.
The memorandum was read out by a club supporter before it was handed to Chiefs Marketing Director, Jessica Motaung, who was flanked by her brother, Kaizer Motaung Junior.
— Mr Plumber 👷🏾♂️🛠️🇿🇦 (@LesibaHorns) May 14, 2021
Among the demands are calls for the total overhaul of the club’s playing personnel and the release of some senior players.
Motaung promised the fans that she will hand over the memorandum to the highest structure of the club.
— 𝐉𝐀𝐘🇿🇦 (@JayNtuli_SA) May 14, 2021
Despite reaching the CAF Champions league quarter-finals for the first time this season, Chiefs are 10th on the DSTV premiership.
The protest by Chiefs fans is the first of its kind in local football history.
— MAN STANDS -UP 🇿🇦 (@Wakavo_As) May 14, 2021