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Baxter need not be reminded this is his second spell with Bafana

THE FACT THAT Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter lost composure post media interviews smacks of a frustrated coach, after losing unashamedly twice to Cape Verde in a space of a week with the same margin 2-1.

Baxter need not be reminded this is his second spell with Bafana

He almost chopped of some of the reporters heads-off as he took them to task, instead of answering questions he decided to do it his peculiar way way.

Fearless growl. Bafana coach Stuart Baxter will have to dig deep in the two remaining games or else.

“I’m trying to be calm and balanced to answer your questions.

“But everybody thinks that every player that you change you could ask me ten questions,” he was quoted irritably on the players substitute and formation.

“You are watching too much television”, he told one journo who asked on the upfront combination of Tokelo Rantie and Grobler that didn’t work.

Baxter does not want to be reminded of a second chance he’s been given, or kanjani?

Yes, the players underestimated Cape Verde and this is the price we pay, hence also the usually packed Mabhida Stadium did not resemble that as fans decide to stay home.  Who to blame Bafana Bafana, the chokers!

As things stand we’re now headed for a disaster as chances of qualifying for Russia 2018 WC will now remain as a favour from other teams.

If and only if, the players decide to wear that jersey with pride and realize what’s at stake Bafana, could out of two remaining games collect all six points.

And by God’s grace we might –a big might– top the log.

Only one team from each group makes it to the qualifying stages.

Effecting hasty changes now to the technical team might prove detrimental but should we fail to qualify, indeed heads must roll- finish & klaar!

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