Previous Kaizer Chiefs striker Pollen Ndlanya has required a portion of the club's new signings, who haven't highlighted, to get a possibility in the line-up.
Amakhosi are yet to get a success in the initial two rounds of the 2021/22 season notwithstanding making part of changes including marking new players
While any semblance of Phathutshedzo Nange, Sfiso Hlanti, Cole Alexander and Keagan Dolly have been allowed an opportunity, Brandon Peterson, Njabulo Ngcobo and Austin Dube are yet to highlight in the MTN8 or DStv Premiership opener.
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"See, I don't have the foggiest idea about the mentor and regard his choice, I feel like he actually has that conviction that the senior players can do what they did the past," Ndlanya told the Siya team.
"In any case, I think he needs to allow young people, we as a whole allowed an opportunity and I think possibly they need to get their positions however eventually, he should understand that they at this point not the equivalent."
With the great signings Amakhosi made, Ndlanya is certain that they can contend as long as they offer them a chance and drop failing to meet expectations players.
"Bosses can contend with anybody, have a quality players and should be presented, If anybody is failing to meet expectations drop him, allow new players an opportunity."
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