Analysis | How the once mighty Chiefs have fallen ... and fallen

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Some difficult decisions will have to be made if Chiefs are to start the next 50 years on a good footing. Picture: Gallo images
Some difficult decisions will have to be made if Chiefs are to start the next 50 years on a good footing. Picture: Gallo images

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Kaizer Chiefs have had a number of historic lows over their five-year drought – from the Moses Mabhida Stadium violence of April 2018 to finishing ninth in the 2018/19 season and losing the Nedbank Cup final to minnows TS Galaxy in May 2019.

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