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Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt has said he would rather not play at home right now. Hunt was understandably unimpressed after Wits squandered a 2-0 lead at the break at Bidvest Stadium on Saturday night to lose 3-2 against Cape Town City‚ which also saw the 2016-17 champions concede second place in the Absa Premiership to Orlando Pirates. This came in a week in which they also lost the top spot they held from before Christmas to Mamelodi Sundowns. Wits’ home form has been miserable. In 10 matches on the road they have lost just once‚ winning six times and drawing three. At Bidvest Stadium the Clever Boys have failed their exam‚ losing a whopping five times‚ winning five and drawing two from 12 games. “Ja look‚ right now I don’t want to play any home games. We don’t want to play at home‚” Hunt grumbled. “I mean‚ we can’t win at home. I mean‚ in the first round we beat all these teams — we beat City away‚ Pirates away. And then we haven’t done it in the second round. “When we really we...

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