The head coach of Kaizer Chiefs Stuart Baxter has revealed what he told Lazarous Kambole before he scored his first goal of the season against Chippa United at the weekend.
The Zambian International was among of the players who were put on transfer list by Amakhosi in the last window transfer.
The player made his second appearance from the bench this season over the weekend against Chippa United and he also scored the fourth goal and Amakhosi won the game by 4-0.
Speaking to the media after the game the English coach said Kambole earned his game time at training and he told the player that he should work hard at training.
"You are going to go on tonight at some stage and you are going to go on confident because you had a very good week’s training," Baxter told the player.
Baxter said the player went to the pitch and he was indeed confident and his goal should come as a confident booster as well.
Baxter concluded that Kambole is a different striker from Bernard Parker and Khama Billiat because he likes to work behind the back fours.
Source: iDiski Times
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