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Nkhatha reveals it was not Kaizer Chiefs’ boo-boys who made him switch
allegiance and join SuperSport United.
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Nkhatha was treated unfairly by some Chiefs fans for his goal bound misses when he donned the
black and yellow. Soon, the booing picked up more and the constant noise complaint about
why the striker is still in the Chiefs starting XI.
KickOff, Nkhatha cleared the air during his unveiling as a Matsatsantsa player
and set the record straight.
“Joining SuperSport had nothing to do with being booed, but
rather securing my future because I am also a normal human being with a life to
live and family to take care of,” said Nkhatha.
“I have to plan my life and secure my future.
“If Chiefs had offered me a contract that secured my future
then I would have stayed.
“I cannot blame the Chiefs fans because they always expect
more from everyone who plays for Chiefs.”