Kaizer Chiefs Football Club is undoubtedly one of the biggest clubs in South Africa, if not the biggest. It is also one of the most established and best in the country.
After all, the club hasn't been able to live up to its lofty assumptions of late, having struggled in the past six years, regardless of the type and performance of the club.
Their start to the 2021/2022 season showed how hard the club struggled at the end of the season; They have won just two of the nine matches they have played this season and it looks like their team is emulating their senior example at the Dstv Diski Challenge (DDC) this season.
They are currently twelfth on the table with 7 points from 7 matches, their next match will take place on Saturday, 23 October 2021, at the FNB stadium in Soveto starting at 10am and with no broadcast matches.
Right now, Amakhosi must look for alternatives to strengthen their attack, and while it may take some time, the mix of Khama Billiat signed tents and Keagan Dolly seems to be paying off.
Chippa United cut revenue for the remainder of the weekend as Biliat doubled on Dolly, who returned to Zimbabwe for a clear four-zero league win.
Apparently they understand the defenders and rely on the bigger and stronger strikers they know.
But now they passed Khama and Keagan, who move so fast - the main thing for the defenders was to turn on the music. Get in early because we know how to play and they are at a set pace. However, this allows Kaizer Chiefs to prevent performance freight, otherwise they will not pose a threat. We did it and luckily there are things we can look forward to.
SSU are below Mamelodi Sundowns who are at the top of the table, while Kaizer Chiefs can choose to sit up and return to the top 8 and join the leaderboard.
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