Steve Komphela resigns as Kaizer Chiefs coach

Steve Komphela. (Gallo Images)

Steve Komphela. (Gallo Images)

Kaizer Chiefs has confirmed that Steve Komphela has resigned as head coach of the club with immediate effect following a 2-0 Nedbank Cup semi-final loss to Free State Stars.

“Steve Komphela has resigned with immediate effect as head coach of Kaizer Chiefs,” the club said in a statement immediately after the match.

Ugly scenes followed the defeat to Ea Llo Koto at the Moses Mabhida Stadium as fans invaded the pitch and attacked the players and coaching staff.

2-0 victory with both goals coming from Congo Brazzaville midfielder Harris Tchilimbou during the first half.

Plastic bottles and other missiles were hurled at Chiefs’ dugout during the closing minutes when it became obvious that the last chance of glory this season was disappearing. ― Sport24

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