|Safe hands: Deshi |
Bhaktawer in Ballz studio
Zwee, a lifelong Chiefs fan, admits to crying and "kicking the coffee table" when his side loses, but his argument (concisely put on the video below) is that fans pay for their tickets and have a right to boo Kingston Nkhatha when he is not performing.
With Chiefs double-winning boss Stuart Baxter saying such fans are "childish" as he defended his Zimbabwean striker, Zwee bravely stuck to his guns, insisting: "How do we get the coach to listen to the fans? This is our way of getting his attention."
Former Kaizer Chiefs player and SuperSport football analyst Shakes Kungwane (www.twitter.com/shege10) disputed that, saying: "Under no circumstances should players boo their own players. It ruins the players' confidence. It's not on."
With former Orlando Pirates and SABC analyst Deshi Bhaktawer (www.twitter.com/deshibhaktawer) in the studio nodding in agreement, Shakes also came out in support of the Buccaneers' African Champions League campaign, with the first leg played at a sold-out Orlando Stadium tonight.
The www.dailymail.co.uk Grapevine columnist Rob Shepherd (www.twitter.com/robshepherd5) gave BOLLOCKZ! viewers and listeners the lowdown on the week's European action and interacted brilliantly with Deshi - even promising to give the African Champions League a mention in his column this week!
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