Fate foretold as PSL draws near

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Former PSL coach Augusto Palacios believes that the return of Stuart Baxter to the Kaizer Chiefs dugout could be what the Amakhosi faithful need to end their seven-year trophy drought. Photo: Sydney Mahlangu / BackpagePix
Former PSL coach Augusto Palacios believes that the return of Stuart Baxter to the Kaizer Chiefs dugout could be what the Amakhosi faithful need to end their seven-year trophy drought. Photo: Sydney Mahlangu / BackpagePix

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Former PSL coach Augusto Palacios believes that the return of Stuart Baxter to the Kaizer Chiefs dugout could be what the Amakhosi faithful need to end their seven-year trophy drought.

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