Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye has insisted Swallows FC should replace Brandon Truter with Dan ‘Dance’ Malesela.
Truter was on “on special leave” over the past three games, with assistant coach Simo Dladla being in-charge.
The Dube Birds drew 0-0 with Cape Town City and got humiliated in a 4-0 defeat to the same team in the MTN8 semi-final second leg before being hammered 3-0 by Mamelodi Sundowns in the DStv Premiership.
Dan Malesela's teams are only obsessed with playing possesional football and forget about winning matches.
Nothing special about him he can't balance between keeping possision, scoring and winning matches at the same time. He only succeds at playing pretty football but dololo winning matches.
I think mogolo was spot on i wil difer with those who say dan malesela is only keeping position chippa played gud football and scoring goals under him during molongwana and Rakgales era they have won promotion coz they were winning their games.
Swallows needed serious upgrade of players from what they lost and you didn't expect some to carry on with last season's form considering their ages.
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