As he inspects the wreckage of yet another Soweto derby defeat, Gavin Hunt is left wondering what he needs to do to get Kaizer Chiefs out of the rut.
Like many Amakhosi fans, the Chiefs coach is still reeling from the disappointment of losing a third derby to Orlando Pirates so far this season.
The Buccaneers knocked out their arch-rivals from the top-eight tourney earlier this season and they have put another one on them in the league as they ran out 2-1 winners of their DStv Premiership fixture.
Hunt jas started to sound like a stuck record, as he laments a poor result after another.
“The loss is a step backwards that’s for sure. Every time you lose a football game is a step backwards,” said Hunt.
“The morale also takes a bit of a knock when you lose. We need to get the players up again and again.
“I’m the type of person who never gets too high when we win and I never get too low when we lose I try to keep even. But I’m disappointed. We should have won. You know sometimes football doesn’t go for you.”
Hunt will have enough time to reflect on their indifferent form this week, with their next match only on Sunday when they host GladAfrica Championship outfit, Richards Bay.
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