Since the arrival of the head coach Stuart Baxter for his second stint as Kaizer Chiefs Football Club's coach things at the club have changed, the club is showing signs of going back to their glory days as they are currently 6th on the Dstv Premiership with 18 points from 11 games.
It was a weekend of mixed results for South Africa's foreign contingency at their respective clubs. Below, we take a look at how they performed for their teams: Lars Veldwijk - South Korean K-League 1 The forgotten Bafana Bafana striker continued his red-hot form in front of goal, scoring his 18th goal of the season for Suwon FC as they defeated his former club Jeonbuk Motors 3-2.
In the last three transfer window market, Kaizer Chiefs Football Club have been linked with no less than 30 players, but they were unable to sign any players for two of the three transfer windows due to the ban FIFA imposed on them for signing and registering a player inappropriately.
Kaizer Chiefs Football Club was one of the busiest clubs in the last transfer window market, the club was linked with no less than 25 players but only managed to sign eight players. Something that has been bothering fans and everyone related to the club. Photo: Madi Media Official Facebook Page
A lot has been expected from the new coach Hugo Broos after he was expected to fill in Molefi Ntseki's shoes. He has started off in a good note judging by the friendly games and he has lived up to his promise of injecting some youthfulness into the national team.
Not many days after he was named as Kaizer Chiefs mentor, Stuart Baxter, is accounted for that he has recognized his objective. Bosses are seeking after Suwon FC striker Lars Veldwijk. Veldwijk is a playing in the South Korean K League 1. The 29-year-old Veldwijk is additionally Bafana striker.
By, Firedadj Monday 30 August 2021 One of South Africa's deadliest strikers who plays his football in Asia, landed a new deal which will keep him in Asia for longer. The transfer window treated our South African players well abroad. As our local players landed some sweet deals in South Africa with the local clubs, those who are developing their careers in Europe, Asia and America also secured their futures with new clubs or the same clubs extending their contracts for longer stays.
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Forgotten Bafana Bafana striker Lars Veldwijk continued his red-hot form this past weekend in front of goals. The 29-year-old lanky forward, who plies his trade for South Korean K-1 League outfit, Suwon FC, netted an impressive four goals as they crushed run-away league leaders Ulsan 5-2.
Looking into the activity of South African football players who play their trade abroad, we will start by looking into the 30 year old Lars Veldwijk the Suwon FC star player. The South African international player has found grace in South Korea as his side Suwon FC is slowly building up momentum in the league.
Kaizer Chiefs Football Club has been linked with no more than 20 players this transfer window market. The club continues to be linked with large number of players despite already bringing in 9 new signings showing the club's intentions to end their 4 seasons trophyless run. Given how their last two encounters ended a 2-1 defeat on penalties against Mamelodi Sundowns FC in the MTN 8 quarterfinal after the game ended 2-2,and their 0-0 draw against TS Galaxy FC this afternoon in the league has shown they still need few signings before the window closes.
A lot has been anticipated from the brand new instruct Hugo Broos after he turned into anticipated to fill in Molefi Ntseki's shoes. He has began out off in a very good notice judging with the aid of using the pleasant video games and he has lived as much as his promise of injecting a few youthfulness into the country wide group.
Kaizer Chiefs. Lars Veldwijk. It is so criminal that a experienced and top class striker such as Lars Veldwijk has only ever made seven national team appearances for South Africa And what makes it even strange and criminal is that fact that Lars Veldwijk alongside Bradley Grobler are the only two South African born strikers who are of unbelievable talent and ability at this current moment in the country besides the emergence of younger talents
As we continue on the task of looking into the South African football players who are trading their football abroad, we acknowledge that its always good to discover that South African footballers are appreciated in their respective football teams abroad and the best thing is that they are featured week in and week out as they continue their adventure abroad.
Opinion - Could Stuart Baxter play a crucial role in persuading Lars Veldwijk to join Kaizer Chiefs?
Kaizer Chiefs. Lars Veldwijk. Stuart Baxter. There was a time when Lars Veldwijk was a consistent and a prominent member of the South African Nation Football senior team And coincidently enough during that time the head coach was the current and newly appointed Kaizer Chiefs top boss Stuart Baxter
Footballers usually have to leave home and be thousands of kilometers away in search for greener pastures. We've seen an increasing in South African players opting for the less popular leagues in world football. Asia has become an enticing destination as there's a lot of money to be made in countries like Qatar, China and South Korea.
Stuart Baxter, who was appointed as Kaizer Chiefs coach a few days ago, has reportedly identified his target. Lars Veldwijk of Suwon FC is a target for the Chiefs. Veldwijk competes in the K League 1 of South Korea. Veldwijk, 29, is also a striker for Bafana Bafana.
Kaizer Chiefs is still short on a striker and Stuart Baxter did admit it during the time the transfer window was open. Chiefs unfortunately did not sign a new striker in the window but they do need someone deadly in front of goal. Kaizer Chiefs needs another striker who can score plenty goals for the club, but they failed to bring a new striker who is deadly in front of goal during the transfer window, after coach Stuart Baxter did admit that they need to sign a striker, but will first assess the squad at the time before signing a striker.
Bafana striker Lars Veldwijk has assumed responsibility for the K League 1 Golden Boot race in the wake of scoring four objectives for Suwon FC on Sunday. Veldwijk (29) moved to the highest point of the South Korean first class' goalscoring graphs subsequent to terminating Suwon to a 5-2 success against Ulsan, netting multiple times and enlisting an aid his side's complete triumph over the table-fixing outfit.
Very few days after he was named as Kaizer Bosses guide, Stuart Baxter, is represented that he has perceived his target. Supervisors are seeking after Suwon FC striker Lars Veldwijk. Veldwijk is a playing in the South Korean K Class 1. The 29-year-old Veldwijk is also Bafana striker.