Baxter urged to continue 'Skop en Voor' football


Former player Mokete Tsotetsi has urged Kaizer Chiefs to continue playing their brand of football that has produced clinical results.

Tsotetsi admits he would prefer a result over performance against AmaZulu FC in a DStv Premiership clash on Wednesday.

Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter has come under pressure for not playing an attractive brand of football with a reliance on defensive tactics.

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"That's football where you can play beautifully but then not get three points, Tsotetsi tells

"It's all about the points at the moment. Let's check the results first, we'll see the good football after.

"Getting more points will boost the confidence of having to play good football. Because now you will focus on good football but not getting results.

"If this type of football is the one that is giving us results, I will say let's keep it that way."

Amakhosi currently occupy sixth position in the standings and could jump to second if results elsewhere go in their favour.

"I'm happy with the progress, especially defensively," Tsotetsi adds.

"As you saw they won against Maritzburg United, it shows there's still continuity after the break. It means defensively they are still solid. I think so far the coach has got it on spot.

"Coming to AmaZulu, it's a tricky one, as you know AmaZulu offensively they are very clinical.

"But so far with the confidence, Kaizer Chiefs has it's going to be a tough one. I will give it to Kaizer Chiefs as they've got momentum.

"They will still keep a clean sheet, and score one or two goals."

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