EXTRA TIME: How Twitter reacted to Lee Baxter's appointment at Kaizer Chiefs

When Stuart Baxter's goalkeeper coaching son was linked with Bafana Bafana there was an uproar in the country

However now with Lee Baxter joining the Amakhosi as their keeping coach, there isn't a problem and he's been welcomed warmly.

Lee is of course in this case also the son of a former Kaizer Chiefs coach, the last Chiefs coach to win the league title. So, Stuart's advice on this matter would be highly respected... even more so than on a national level where South African fans didn't want the family connection to influence decisions.

Here's how the South African football fraternity and fans reacted on Twitter. Tell us how you feel in the comments below.

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