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Baxter guided Chiefs to their first PSL title in eight years and also won the Nedbank Cup, and Motaung said that they are happy with his work

Kaizer Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung has confirmed that coach Stuart Baxter will stay at the club for the next two seasons.

Baxter's contract was set to expire at the end of June next year, but Chiefs have moved swiftly towards securing the future of the Englishman.

And Motaung revealed that the management is still happy with what the former Bafana mentor brings to the team.

"Our mandate is still quite simple. At Chiefs we want to win trophies," Bobby Motaung told Times Live.

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"We're still also keen to see the coach work with our development and do pretty much what he has been doing since he arrived here last season," he added.

The AmaKhosi manager is confident that the contract talks will be concluded today (Thursday).

"He has agreed to the new contract in principle, but we will meet again to formalise everything on Thursday (today)," revealed Motaung.

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