Middendorp using Chiefs’ online presence to motivate players

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Cape City – Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp believes
the membership’s robust on-line following helped encourage the staff forward of Saturday’s
1-1 draw with Black Leopards.

Chiefs went into the Premiership conflict with Lidoda Duvha
having misplaced their earlier encounter to Baroka.

The consequence seemingly didn’t go down nicely with supporters
who expressed their disappointment on Chiefs’ numerous social media platforms.

As such, Middendorp has revealed the big following of the
staff helps to remind his gamers of their accountability about producing
performances.

He stated: “The consequence, I believe all of us noticed the sport, was
undoubtedly not satisfying. By half-time we already had a lot of
potentialities the place we should always have made higher choices.

“Within the second-half, the ultimate actions within the ultimate
third, undoubtedly we all know we are able to do higher, and the result’s undoubtedly
one thing we’re not pleased with.

“However relating to the efficiency, after the final sport, we
have over Three-million followers on social media, so we will not current ourselves
the best way we did in opposition to Baroka.

“Evaluating that to this sport, I noticed a distinct
angle and temper since [Friday], after we arrived, and even after we warmed up,
you might see what was coming.

“Ultimately, I really feel a bit sorry that we did not actually
capitalise on our actions and actions on the finish of the day to take dwelling the
three factors.”

Chiefs are subsequent in motion on Saturday once they meet Chippa
United in a Nedbank Cup semi-final. The motion will get underway from 20:15 on the
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth.



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