Another youthful Kaizer Chiefs player will assume a urgent part in the coming days, however it's somewhere else and not Naturena.
Keletso Sifama joined Maritzburg United in February to rejoin with Ernst Middendorp, the ex-Amakhosi mentor who elevated him to the senior group while still accountable for the Glamor Boys last season.
His kindred Chiefs foundation graduates Happy Mashiane and Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, likewise called up to the senior crew by the German tutor, are dominating regardless of the club's upside down crusade under Gavin Hunt.
All things considered, Middendorp was instrumental in getting Sifama's advance arrangement to the Midlands as he searched for choices to augment his crew.
Be that as it may, the teen has just shown up for Maritzburg, with a large portion of his game-opportunity approaching in the DStv Diski Challenge, for which he actually qualifies.
"Keletso has quite recently a week ago praised his eighteenth birthday celebration, we need to understand what this implies – he is a child inside an expert set up," Middendorp told columnists.
"However, on the opposite side he certainly has generally excellent freedoms – tragically right now he has had a few issues and he was not in the crew (against Mamelodi Sundowns on Wednesday) subsequent to playing for the Diski group on Sunday morning."
Middendorp, nonetheless, demanded Sifama will assume a part in their transfer dogfight with five DStv Premiership games to conflict with Golden Arrows, TTM, Cape Town City, SuperSport United and high-flying AmaZulu.
"There are greater inquiries marks regarding some muscle issues, however we will attempt check whether we can bring him back as quickly as time permits. With his speed and his common instinctual forward runs, I don't need to ponder it – he will be useful," the mentor said.
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