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Opinion - Ashley Du Preez gave Kaizer Chiefs a taste of what they have been missing out on?

The benefits of being Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates in South African Football is that a lot of young players who could become future stars grow up supporting them as a consequence

And in the case of Kaizer Chiefs during the club's glorious and illustrious years they were undoubtedly attracting future stars who would also go on to be boyhood fans of the club

That has been the case as a number of current DSTV Premiership stars who all openly admitted that they were indeed boyhood Kaizer Chiefs fans

And another DSTV Premiership star who has in the past admitted that it would be his dream to one day play for Kaizer Chiefs is current Stellenbosch FC top class winger Ashley Du Preez

So much so that Ashley Du Preez has also been linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs in the future but unfortunately the club have not followed up on such a move instead prefering to snap up the signing of Moroka Swallows winger Kgaogelo Segota

That decision has probably come back to bite Kaizer Chiefs were it hurts the most as one of the areas they have struggled in this season have been in the wide areas where Ashley Du Preez would have been needed

And just yesterday afternoon Ashley Du Preez gave Kaizer Chiefs a taste of what they have been missing out on by scoring an absolute stunner of a goal for his club to give them a vital victory over Amakhosi

For Kaizer Chiefs this defeat has come at a completely wrong time as they were seemingly slowly but surely building some sort and some kind of momentum after picking up two wins from two

And during the transfer window Kaizer Chiefs will have another opportunity to set the record straight by maybe attempting to sign Ashley Du Preez from Stellenbosch FC and make his childhood dream come true

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