Isaac pushes kele away from him to protect her but she is left broken as she doesn't understand why because she's the only one reaching out to him when everyone else want nothing to do with him. Molefe warns Issac of what's at stake but Isaac is determined to go through with the heist.
Will Kaizer Chiefs recapture their former greatness this year? Dominic Isaacs, a former defender for Kaizer Chiefs, thinks the club's acquisitions might bring it back to its former glory. This season, Kaizer Chiefs have made four significant additions, and according to Isaacs, each of them has the potential to elevate the team's performance.
Isaacs: Chiefs management got exactly what was needed Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Dominic Isaacs is impressed with the new acquisitions that were unveiled by the club. "Dillon Solomons is a very, very good player, I've been following him for a while, he will come with a lot of energy, he's very good at set-pieces, they needed players with energy," Isaacs told the media.
Kaizer Chiefs have made a big statement with their recent signings and have created an anticipation of how the squad will gel ahead of the upcoming campaign. Former Chiefs defender Dominic Isaacs complimented the club for their recent acquisitions, as he critiqued the likes of Siyethemba Sithebe and Ashley Du Preez and praised the signing of Dillan Solomons, Kamohelo Mahlatsi and George Matlou.
Isaacs: Mandla made me a protector. Dominic Isaacs, a former center-back for the Kaizer Chiefs, is still having a hard time accepting the loss of Mandla Mazibuko, a recognised development coach. There are very few details available on the former Transnet School Of Excellence coach.
The media group let the cat out of the bag that Folz delivered his renunciation is never again lead trainer, as Raymond Mdaka assumed responsibility for the main group. With Romain Folz presently not on the touchline, Marumo Gallants stay the main group without a success in the DStv Premiership this season subsequent to drawing 1-1 with Swallows FC on Sunday evening.
22/07/2022 Tonight Nkosi Forces Dorothy To Break Up With Molefe Nkosi faught with Molefe after he provoked him and tonight he will command Dorothy to break up with Molefe. Yes Molefe was wrong in keeping Isaac's secret but it was also wrong for Nkosi to keep out all his frastrations on Molefe.
Confirmed: The Birds' Nest's First Signing The agency of former Stellenbosch player Waseem Isaacs has announced the term of the new Swallows FC player's contract. The experienced striker has been the subject of interest from Swallows, as the Siya crew reported in edition 1281 of Soccer Laduma.
Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Dominic Isaacs suggests the continued exclusion of Njabulo Ngcobo may point towards a bigger issue with Stuart Baxter and the club hierarchy. Isaacs also advised the reigning Premier Soccer League Defender of the Season to not allow coaches to destroy his career. Baxter recently revealed that the former Swallows defender faced an uphill battle to win a place in his preferred position of centre-back.First and foremost the system that Baxter is playing I think he's favouring a 3-5-2 system,” Isaacs tells KickOff.
Kaizer Chiefs fans will cherish this. A previous player has repeated the well known view that says Amakhosi are a top club with regards to incredible skill. ISAACS SAYS KAIZER CHIEFS OFFER MAXIMUM CARE AND SUPPORT Dominic Isaacs ought to handily be recalled by most fans subsequent to burning through four years at the Soweto goliaths, where he additionally lifted the Telkom Knockout.
The defender of the season Njabulo Ngcobo is not getting his time in the Kaizer Chiefs shirt, legends ask themselves if a player is signed by the management or the coach himself. Baxter believes that Njabulo Ngcobo is the worse defender in his team and has to fight for his position to be a centre back as the coach is sometimes using him as a defensive midfielder.
Dominic Isaacs, a former defender for the Kaizer Chiefs, believes that the club's trade dealings could aid in regaining its glory. Isaacs believes that each of the four significant additions made by Kaizer Chiefs so far this season possesses traits that could aid the team's chances of contending.
Can we expect Kaizer Chiefs to regain their former glory this season? Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Dominic Isaacs is optimistic that the team's recent roster changes will lead to a return to form. Isaacs thinks that the four new players for Kaizer Chiefs this season will be significant contributors to the team's success.
Dominic Isaacs, a former defender for Kaizer Chiefs, thinks the club's acquisitions might bring it back to its former glory. Read: Huge loss for Kaizer Chiefs and Pirates as their trusted talents will be used against them by rivals This season, Kaizer Chiefs have made four significant additions, and according to Isaacs, each of them has the potential to elevate the team's performance.
The length of the game-plan of new Swallows FC checking Waseem Isaacs, has been requested by the expert of the past Stellenbosch player. As uncovered by the Siya pack in variety 1281 of Soccer Laduma, Swallows have been wrapping the refined striker and the latest news showing up at the Siya bundle is that the 31-year-old has made a two-year deal, with a decision to expand.
"Take a look at what Dominic Isaacs revealed about Kaizer Chiefs and the Orlando Pirates. " Dominic Isaacs, a former Kaizer Chiefs defender, explains the extraordinary lengths to which both the club and the city of Soweto went in order to honour the mythological culture. The extent of the muti culture, as Isaacs is also called, was only realized after he left Cape Town, according to Domza.
Both Grant Kekana and Peter Shalulile scored goals for Sundowns after the former Richards Bay and TS Galaxy defender made high-profile errors. Isaacs, who played for the Chiefs for four years, has advised supporters to be patient with the club's newcomers. Isaacs tells Kickoff.com, "You can't blame the coach because you miss penalties."
Previous Kaizer Bosses safeguard Dominic Isaacs accepts Njabulo Ngcobo's continuous expulsion could demonstrate a bigger issue with Stuart Baxter and the club organization. Isaacs additionally supported the dominant Head Soccer Association Protector of the Period not to allow his profession to destroyed by mentor. Baxter as of late uncovered that getting a beginning spot in his inclined toward position of focus back was a troublesome undertaking for the previous Swallows protector.
The former Richards Bay and TS Galaxy defender was criticised after his high-profile mistakes led to both Sundowns goals scored by Grant Kekana and Peter Shalulile. Isaacs, who donned the famous Chiefs for four years has now urged fans to show patience with the club's new recruits.
The previous Richards Bay and TS Galaxy safeguard was reprimanded after his high-profile botches prompted the two Sundowns objectives scored by Grant Kekana and Peter Shalulile. Isaacs, who wore the renowned Chiefs for a considerable length of time has now asked fans to show tolerance with the club's newcomers.