Caf Champions League & Stuart Baxter

The CAF Champions League is an annual international club football competition run by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). Stuart Baxter (born 16 August 1953 in Wolverhampton) is a Scottish former football player and current manager of South African club Kaizer Chiefs. 5.0/5

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God Kaizer Chiefs.qha I just wish if Stuart Baxter was given a chance to play on CAF Champions League.
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Khune Might Be Available For The Derby- Baxter The Bafana keeper sprained his ankle over a week ago and he later revealed that he will be out for four weeks although Chiefs couldn’t reveal how long he will be on the sidelines Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter has fuelled speculation by admitting that goalkeeper and captain Itumeleng Khune could be available for the Soweto Derby on Saturday. Speaking on Metro FM on Monday night, Baxter said that there’s 50 per cent chance that the influential skipper will return to action against Orlando Pirates. The 26-year-old Khune missed AmaKhosi’s previous two games due to an ankle injury, and he was also a notable absentee during Bafana’s international friendly game against Brazil last Wednesday. Khune was initially set to be out of the next four weeks, but Baxter revealed that he’s making a remarkable progress from an injury he suffered a few moments before their Caf Champions League game against Liga Muculmana in Durban. Reyaad Pieterse and Brilliant Khuz ...
Kaizer Chiefs winger, George Lebese, is being carefully monitored by the club's medical and technical team after he picked up a knock recently. The 25-year-old has become something of a stalwart down the left-hand side of the Glamour Boys midfield, and appears integral to how coach Stuart Baxter likes to set the team up to play. It seems that the Mamelodi-born star is really beginning to blossom under the astute guidance of Baxter, and his cultured wing play is really starting to catch the eye at times. However, Lebese's availability for Chiefs' next match against Liga Muculmana in the Caf Champions League is questionable at this stage. Chiefs have confirmed that the former Arcadia Shepherds youth development product has picked up a knock, and is being assessed ahead of the clash with Muculmana on Saturday (March 1). Amakhosi coach, Baxter, told the club's official website, "We are looking ok on the players’ front; George Lebese picked up a knock that we are monitoring. This game is part of a bigger pic ...
Kaizer Chiefs’ preliminary Caf Champions League second leg clash against Namibia’s Black Africa will be a party for fringe players when they’re given an opportunity to prove themselves. Players like Lorenzo Gordinho, Mandla Masango, Siyabonga Nkosi and Matthew Rusike are likely to finish off what Amakhosi started at FNB Stadium last week when they thrashed the Namibians 3-0. This highly anticipated clash, which will determine Amakhosi’s next destination in the competition, will be played at the 15 000-seater Independence Stadium in Windhoek, Namibia. Kingston Nkhatha hammered in a brace while Masango was also on target when they frustrated the adoring Black Africa players. Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter, set to depart for Windhoek today with his troops, has indicated to Daily Sun that “your Bernard Parkers of this world” will be rested. According to Baxter, everybody is talking about their tight schedule, but he has a plan on how to rotate players and still deliver on the trophies that fans expect ...
Baxter hints at tough choice as Moleko suspension disrupts Chiefs setup Amakhosi are struggling to field a competitive pairing at fullback, with Kgotso Moleko ruled out due to suspension 10 Feb 2014 Kaizer Chiefs boss Stuart Baxter admits his team face a few selection posers ahead of their next PSL clash against Maritzburg United on Tuesday. Chiefs head into the clash on the back of a comfortable 3-0 win over Black Africa from Namibia in the Caf Champions League, but Baxter will be without Kgotso Moleko in defence, due to suspension. “Maritzburg are always difficult… it’s coming in the middle of a heavy schedule for us,” Baxter said of the game at Harry Gwala Stadium. “The challenges we have at the moment are refreshing and recuperating the players and selecting a team that can give a good account of ourselves “We’re going to have challenges again because of Moleko, after his sending-off. We have problems with the fullbacks, but we can solves that in a few different ways.” Moleko received ...
Kaizer Chiefs 3-0 Black Africa: Chiefs cruise to Caf preliminary win Kaizer Chiefs put themselves in a demanding position after the first leg of their Caf Champions League preliminary round, cashing in on a 3-0 victory over Namibia's Black Africans Kingston Nkhatha scored a brace either side of half-time, while Mandla Masango scored the opener as the pair sealed a comfortable win for Stuart Baxter's men, who travel to Windhoek next weekend to compete the second leg of the 2014 edition. Masango netted the opener 18 minutes in, thanks to a superb finish which set the tone for the rest of the half, before Nkhatha put further daylight between the continental neighbours before the interval. The Zimbabwean international completed his brace four minutes from the end, to cap a successful evening in Johannesburg, which puts Chiefs in a commanding position ahead of the return leg. The visitors made for a frustrating opening half, as Chiefs were left frustrated by the Namibians, who managed to hold their lines and m ...
Chiefs Ready For Feb Frenzy Kaizer Chiefs are said to be ready for a frenzy of matches which will see the club play six matches within the space of 26 days in February, starting after tonight's PSL clash with Moroka Swallows. This means the Glamour Boys will play a game around every four days during this period. After Chiefs' clash with Swallows, the club then take on SuperSport United in the league six days later (February 5). Three days (February 8) thereafter, Stuart Baxter's men then begin their Caf Champions League campaign against Black Africa. The club then have another short three-day break before their next league encounter with Maritzburg United. A four day break ensues before the Amakhosi travel away to Namibia for the second leg against Black Africa. To conclude a frenzied run of games in late February, Chiefs then face Bloemfontein Celtic and Black Leopards as well. Nonetheless, despite the hectic itinerary of matches to come, Glamour Boys hitman, Knowledge Musona, believes the side is equipp ...
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande has revealed why he couldn’t refuse to extend his stay with the club. The Zimbabwe midfielder recently extended his deal with the club and will now be at the side until June 2017. The tough-tackling midfielder has been one of the key players in the team since joining from Ajax Cape Town in 2011, and is set to play a big role as the Amakhosi begin their Caf Champions League campaign next month. “I was never going to refuse to extend my contract with Chiefs because I’m enjoying my football at the club. What I can say is that the past three years have been fruitful for me at Chiefs," Katsande told Zimbabwean publication Daily News. Read: Katsande Agrees Three-Year Chiefs Deal He continued, "I have enjoyed every moment and the environment that prevails at this club, that’s why I did not think twice when they offered me an extension. I now want more trophies with Chiefs and hopefully write my own piece of history with the club,” Stuart Baxter will again look ...
Hawu "Msunu wakho Stuart Baxter! I hope we crash out in the 1st Round of the CAF Champions League"
IN THE NEWS TODAY * CHIEFS RECALLING ZVASIYA South African giants Kaizer Chiefs will recall Zimbabwe international defender Lincoln Zvasiya from his loan spell in Greece as they prepare for the Caf Champions League. The former FC Platinum defender has two years left on his contract, and has spent the season at OFI Crete in the Greek top flight. “Lincoln is a top player that we still need as we continue to beef up our squad and seek glory in the domestic league and on the continent,” said Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter. “We looked at the team and thought it would be best for him to gain more international experience in Europe, but we will be definitely recalling him to come and beef us up as we want a strong team for the Africa’s international Safari. He remains one of our best defenders.” * PLATINUM EYES KAINDU FC PLATINUM head coach Lloyd Mutasa is set for the exit with the club now targeting Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu who has refused to sign a contract with the Mbada Diamonds Cup winners. Sou ...
Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter says he will recall Lincoln Zvasiya from his loan spell with Greece outfit OFI Crete.
Lekgwathi was an integral member of the Pirates team that recently reached the Caf Champions League, and Moshoeu tells Goal that the 37-year-old defender should be in Bafana Former Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs midfielder John “Shoes” Moshoeu has lashed out on the criteria used by Gordon Igesund when selecting the players. Moshoeu feels that there are several players who have not been fairly considered for the Bafana squad despite their hard work and consistency. Speaking to Goal, Moshoeu said that he is still surprised that Orlando Pirates captain Lucky Lekgwathi hasn’t been called-up by Igesund and the other coaches before him. “I find that it very surprising that Lucky Lekgwathi has been ignored in the national team,” Moshoeu told Goal. “He is the most influential player in the Pirates team, but when last did you see his name in the Bafana squad? It’s absolutely shocking,” he said. Rea more on: De Sa: We were very poor against Celtic Igesund has previously spoken about rebuilding for ...
Khune Gaxa, Mashamaite, Gould, Masilela Tshabalala, Katsande, Yeye, Lebese Parker, Nkhatha Orlando Pirates Meyiwa Jele, Mahamutsa, Gcaba, Matlaba Myeni, Klate, Manyisa, Jali, Segolela Bacela Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates will meet in the third Soweto Derby of the 2013-2014 season on Saturday, when the two giants of South African football renew their rivalry in a PSL clash at Soccer City. AmaKhosi will be without Knowledge Musona for the all-important derby, due to a shoulder injury sustained by the star striker in the Telkom Knockout. However, Stuart Baxter will be able to call on the services of midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala after the player was passed fit on Thursday. Chiefs currently sit in fourth place on the PSL standings and will target a win against their greatest rivals in order to match Mamelodi Sundowns on 14 points at the summit of the table. Pirates' PSL season is still in its infancy, as the club has only played two league matches this season, due to their Caf Champions League commitments ...
STUART Baxter doesn't expect a special Soweto Derby tomorrow, but the Kaizer Chiefs coach believes Orlando Pirates' success in the Caf Champions League will add something different to the game.
Chiefs are in the market for quality players to enhance their chances of doing well in the 2014 Caf CL, and Goal senior writer Ernest Makhaya looks at the possible tranfers Having confirmed on several media platforms that they will be beefing up their squad, Kaizer Chiefs are set to dominate the January transfer window. Some “big name” players are thought to be on the wanted list of AmaKhosi who will be campaigning in the 2014 Caf Champions League after winning the 2012/13 PSL title. One player that Chiefs have certainly been eyeing is Ajax Cape Town attacking midfielder Lebogang Manyama. It was reported early this year that AmaKhosi had secret meetings with Manyama’s agent to discuss a possible transfer of the player to Naturena. Manyama has been in fine form for the Urban Warriors this season netting two goals already, and he has also been frequently called-up in the national team. He could play a pivotal role in Chiefs’ attacks especially from the right hand side where Stuart Baxter has been pl ...
A capacity 90,000 crowd and a global TV audience will watch a Soweto Derby between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates tomorrow that could decide the South African Premiership title race. Chiefs hold a five-point lead over second-placed Pirates with nine rounds left. A win for the season-long pacesetters would make them firm favourites to become champions after the first season in charge for England-born former South Africa coach Stuart Baxter. A win for Pirates would narrow the gap to two points and the team seeking a record-equalling third consecutive title have a match in hand because of Caf Champions League commitments. With even more at stake than usual in a fixture dating back 43 years, it was not surprising that tickets for the mid-afternoon Soccer City stadium showdown were sold out two weeks ago. On our phone topic what are your predictions for the this weekend's clash?
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