Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye says Chiefs were allowed to play and scored when they should have been flagged for Offside, he was referring to an incident that led to the second of the day which was also Keagan Dolly's second goal on the 30th minute of the game.
The former South African under 23 International says the second goal should have been rulled offside since Bernard Parker tried to play the ball before he realised thath he is in an offside position and let it roll to Dolly.
"Parker was offside in that second Chiefs goal, I am very disappointed in the officials, Parker attempted to play, he advanced towards the ball, he was passed from an offside position, for me, it is an offside, for me I will be honest, that was offside, Parker wa offside," he said on IDiskiTV after the game.
The 37 Year Old Daveyton born analyst also added that he is not happy about Njabulo Ngcobo who is being used as a holding midfielder, he says that is a crisis to play a defender of the season as a midfielder and feels some teams will exploit his mistakes soon.
"Playing the defender of the season (Njabulo Ngcobo) as a midfielder is a crisis, it is just a matter of time before other teams make note of his weaknesses and start exploiting his weaknesses.the guy is a good defender, not a midfielder, he lost the ball when attempting to pass it over."
Amakhosi dismentled Gavin Hunt's Chippa United to get their biggest win so far this season, Dolly and Khama Billiat were in fine form as they combined well to create goals for the Phefeni Glamour Boys, they had direct contribution to three of the four goals which the team scored on Saturday evening.
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