Former bafana bafana and capetown city fc star, the general tsholofelo teko modise, feels like kaizer chiefs coach, stuart baxter has no reason to add more players, he must use what he has on the team. Speaking on soccer laduma radio, the general modise feels like kaizer chiefs, doesn't need to buy a striker, they can just add a defender instead. They have a talented strikers already, it'sjust that Baxter need to use them wisely modise said. Modise was speaking on speculations that amakhosi wants to sign Royal Am striker Victor letsoalo. They have a super talented strikers, like samir Nurkovic and karma billiat, i don't see the reason to make any new signing, modise concluded.Kaizer chiefs is number four on the Dstv premiership, with 15 points gap between them and log leaders mamelodi sundowns. They will be playing home, on the nedbank cup last 32, against TS galaxy. Some people see's this match' as the game of revenge, remember chiefs lost to galaxy on 2018 finals. Source's: soccer laduma, sowetanLIVE, sport 24, city press,idiski times and FAR post. Edited by Khalabemgeza @Khalabemgeza45 on Twitter.
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