5 Kaizer Chiefs players are not available for Horoya AC match.
By Umsakazi | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 3679 views
According to www.soccerladuma.co.za 5 players from Amakhosi won't be available for the match .Kaizer Chiefs will play their first match of Caf Champions League group stage without Khama Billiat who still nursing the injury ,Happy Mashiane ,Dumisani Zuma and Erick Mathoho while Kgotso Moleko it's a family responsibilities leave.
Kaizer Chiefs will have to travel to Burkina Faso to face Wydad Casablanca just after the Horoya AC match.If Amakhosi got the Visa's by Wednesday possible they might leave on the same day or Thursday morning.
Gavin Hunt will need to use Njabulo Blom to replace Kgotso Moleko and Siyabonga Ngezana to replace Erick Mathoho.Usually Gavin Hunt use a defensive approach in which this time he will have to attack from the first whistle.
Winning home games in the CAF champions League makes things easy when you go to play away . A draw it's enough when you play away ,it's what Horoya will want from this game.Away goal rule doesn't apply on group stages because it's not a knockout so there will be no need for Kaizer Chiefs to defend.
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