Motaung on his role, Bobby, TS Galaxy loss and changes

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Kaizer Chiefs boss Kaizer Motaung says he is still traumatised by the embarrassing defeat they suffered against TS Galaxy in the Nedbank Cup final few weeks ago.

Chiefs lost 1-0 to the National First Division (NFD) team to end the season without silverware. Motaung has also dismissed rumours that he is no longer running the club.

It was the fourth straight season Amakhosi have finished the season empty handed. Many supporters have blamed the team’s football manager Bobby Motaung for the team’s failures.

But Motaung senior is happy with his son’s work. He also says he accepts why fans are upset.

There are reports that Chiefs will overhaul their technical team comprising of coach Ernst Middendorp and assistant coach Shaun Bartlett.

The rumour mill was on overdrive after Middendorp did not attend the Carling Cup launch on Wednesday.

But Motaung says he is still part of the team. He also said fans must be patient with them.

Following a poor season, Motaung says they will review the season and decide if they will make any changes. He says the team has the financial muscle to compete in the transfer market. Report by Vincent Sitsula