Chippa United head coach Tebogo "Tebza" Moloi was not a happy man after losing to Kaizer Chiefs in the Telkom Knockout quarter-finals Port Elizabeth's Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Sunday.
Chilli Boys lost by an odd goal, a dubious penalty that was converted by Bernard Parker.
Moloi was quoted as saying: "I'm not going to complain, the only thing I'm going to say is that I remember in my playing days, 1987-1992, when we lost against Kaizer Chiefs, this is how we used to lose. If I'm going to lose games in this way, then I'm still learning.
"I expect to lose with the opposition really coming at me, coming with tactical plans, that I'll accept. But I have to accept because I grew up knowing that the only way Chiefs could beat me is through this way.
"It's part of the game, we grow up. This is what I want my team to learn."
Here's the top five reactions from our readers to Moloi's post-match remarks:
"90% of PSL coaches require speech therapy. Tebogo Moloi, I used to respect you... but nah... I don't anymore." – Khosi_Namanje
"Lol, this guy tells it like it is, without fear, favour or prejudice. We all know Chiefs' history in dubious decisions favouring them, nothing new. We have told the fans, straight into their eyes, that without brown envelopes their team is pure nonsense, and we don't care how this makes them feel. Truth will always hurt." – SergioCaptain
"Two things that kill us at the moment is refereeing and Zuma." – firstname.lastname@example.org
"Lol, he is channeling his inner Pitso." – Nzeng_Kevin
"You had the full 90 minutes, wena Moloi, and failed to score, and you complain about three minutes. Indeed, you are crawling..." – RobertoKC
Do you think Moloi was right to complain about how Chiefs won the game?