Chiefs officials worried as Peterson blunders keep on coming
Notably, he was reinstated into the starting team by the new Chiefs acting head coach, Cavin Johnson.
Brandon Peterson made another error against Arrows on Saturday, Picture: Gerhard Duraan/BackpagePix
Brandon Peterson has raised concerns among Kaizer Chiefs officials due to his repeated errors that have proved costly for the team.
In Saturday’s match against Golden Arrows, Peterson’s carelessness resulted in the ball ending up in his own net, contributing to the team’s 2-1 loss in the DStv Premiership at Mpumalanga Stadium.
Notably, he was reinstated into the starting team by the new acting head coach, Cavin Johnson.
Sources indicate that the Chiefs officials and staff were displeased after the first goal was conceded, as they perceived a recurring pattern of mistakes in his performances.
It appears that some action may be taken to address this issue, according to hushed conversations among the staff and officials at the match.
Khune, Bvuma also have issues
Adding to the challenge is the current goalkeeping situation at Chiefs. The more experienced Itumeleng Khune is not in his best shape or form.
And the third-choice keeper, Bruce Bvuma, has failed to meet expectations and faces rumours of a potential departure.