Kaizer Chiefs appoint Malawian coach Mabedi for remainder of the season

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"He has been there and these are the games for him, you can not start a semi-final with Joseph (Molangoane) because Mphahlele is more experienced, '" reacted the 44-year-old. It followed a 2-0 defeat for Kaizer Chiefs, arguably South Africa's biggest club, in the semifinals of the Nedbank Cup competition.

Television footage showed him being repeatedly kicked in the chest and beaten with a plastic chair by rioting fans.

He said the PSL must provide concrete plans on interventions they would be implementing to stop violence at football matches and ensure safety of spectators and officials.

As the supporters beat the guard, a woman can be heard shouting: "They are going to kill".

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Police have so far arrested two people for suspected acts of hooliganism.

The causes of the riot will be investigated, police spokesman, Jay Naicker, said.

Kaizer Chiefs have announced Patrick Mabedi as their head coach for the remainder of the season.

"If I'm the trigger for this (violence), then maybe one has to say 'maybe step aside.just stop the switch'".

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"We would like to wish all of those affected by the incident a speedy recovery and we are thankful that there are no fatal casualties as a result of the senseless acts". "We are anxious about the safety of the players, the coach and supporters".

This is the shocking moment fans of South African football team Kaizer Chiefs invaded the pitch and attack stadium staff after losing a cup match.

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has joined political parties in condemning the violence that took place at the stadium.

The Moses Mabhida Stadium was built at a cost of £400million for the 2010 World Cup and stood as one of the main showpieces, hosting seven games including the semi-final between Germany and Spain.

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