Addressing the Siya group, Innocent Chikoya said he was baffled to have taken in of the player's retirement from worldwide football, particularly pretty much a month or so before the group partakes in the following year's Africa Cup of Nations.
"I think Chiefs benefitted," said the ex-Orlando Pirates and The Warriors left back.
"Frankly with you, he should simply proceed until after the Afcon, which is presently in January. Those are the main games left on the grounds that there's no global football up to that point and it is a major competition."
Zimbabwe have been attracted Group B close by Senegal, Malawi and Guinea in the mainland masterpiece, and Chikoya anticipated that Billiat should commander the side.
"Everyone loves playing at the Afcon, however Khama chooses to stop. Maybe it's the weight of playing for a major brand like Chiefs and afterward as yet venturing out to address his public group. Be that as it may, there is nobody in the nearby game from Zimbabwe who can give what Khama is giving the public group," Chikoya contemplated.
"I was astounded to discover in our gathering talk with Zim legends. I don't think this was an insightful choice, as I would see it. There is Afcon – go! Live it up and afterward resign subsequently, put forth a valiant effort and afterward punch out. You resign a saint."
Yet, Chikoya surrenders that Amakhosi will not take a gander at it with such feeling, given the battering the body takes when you are a vital resource for both your nation and club.
"A great deal of the occasions he's been harmed and missing a ton of games at Chiefs, individuals are seeing and grumbling in light of the fact that the club is paying huge load of cash, various things. I think he needs to play it safe," he clarified.
"Perhaps he's attempting to restore his profession and attempting to be the Khama that individuals know. His presentation has not been what we are utilized to for various years, it's just since he is – being at his best and focusing on club football. It could likewise be tied in with protecting his future with Chiefs, as we probably are aware he marked a two-year contract as of late (in July). Perhaps it's his age, and he believes he's given enough for the public group. I don't have a clue."
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