Kaizer Chiefs headman Stuart Baxter says he is ready to bow out from the Glamour Boys should the management conclude to a decision to recall him.
Baxter lashed out to critics imposed on him after another shock league loss on Saturday night, where the Amakhosi suffered a narrow loss at the hands of the Pretoria based side, SuperSport United.
Matsatsantsa-a-Pitori claimed bragging rights at the FNB Stadium, when they pulled a 1-0 win over the Soweto giants, with a superb finisher from Thamsanqa Gabuza.
Post the match interviews, the club’s head coach said: “I’m the most successful coach….!”, Baxter was responding to the abuse he suffered during the Amakhosi’s 1-0 loss.
Amakhosi fans couldn’t resist their frustrations, as they called for the sacking of the United Kingdom mentor.
“I don’t have any message to the fans because if they want me to go I’ll go,” he said.
“If the chairman says to me I don’t think you’re doing a good job then I’ll walk. I’ve got no problem doing that. I will walk myself.
“If I don’t think I’m affecting Kaizer Chiefs in a positive way, I’ll walk, not a problem. I’m the only coach that has given this club any success in the last 20 years, but I’ve got to go because we dominate the game and lose 1-0?” he added.
The Amakhosi are currently on the fourth position, sharing equal points with their Soweto rivals, Orlando Pirates.