Kaizer Chiefs interim coach Arthur Zwane has claimed that certain players are not good enough to play for the club after a disappointing end to the season.
Interim coach Arthur Zwane, who assumed the reins from Stuart Baxter last month, cast a frustrated figure after the match and delivered a scathing assessment of the strength and quality of the players at his disposal.
All players are good enough to play for the villagers what they need is the best coach like Kgolokoe Thobejane. He’s referring to the likes of Castro and Mashiane. Kaizer Chiefs must Stop Targeting, Buy them immediately before they are smuggled away by other Potential buyers.
We need Du Preez to establish strike force and bring Milazi our Mdc with Yusuf bunting as Lord Kambala going to the bush bring back our young star back.Kaizer Chiefs management they like to play with money old sbusiso Vilakazi according to me I don't see anything he will going to give to Kaizer Chiefs brand.
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