Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Shaun Permall insists that his former club needs to reinforce their strike force with a proven goal-getter.
Following the release of big-name players such as Samir Nurkovic, Leonardo Castro, Lazarus Kambole and Dumisani Zuma, the Glamour Boys have added just one recognisable attacker in Ashley Du Preez.
I don't think it's going to work having just one recognised striker in Du Preez," Permall tells KickOff.They also need to sign skillful player someone who make fans eager to go watch football at the stadium now we watch pure tennis from this current crop of players.
I told them Letsoalo is better than Due Preez Letsoalo was the second top goal scorer followed by Nga.They have to add, Lekay from TS Galaxy, Morris from Cape Town City and someone like Mendieta or Otladisa.
Some Kaizer Chiefs fans says that they can even go for Tau atleast. Letsoalo is NOT that good + maMkhize flactuated his price tag already.
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