Kaizer Chiefs have received an apology from Acornbush United coach MacDonald Makhubedu after he questioned the club’s quality after losing 2-1 to Amakhosi in the Nedbank Cup.
Makhubedu partly said, “If this is the biggest team in the country, the national team will suffer. Chiefs didn’t come to the party.”
However, the coach later apologised to Soccer Laduma saying his emotions got in the way of his better judgement, “I want to apologise to them. It was the heat of the moment.
“I was very angry about what had happened during the game because my one player had to go to hospital and another was stamped on.
“It was not good for my boys. I wasn’t happy with the discipline displayed by Chiefs in the second half but shouldn’t have made that statement.”