Former Pirates and Chiefs player wants the Soweto giants(Chiefs and Pirates) to pull up their socks before it is too late. Pollen Ndlanya believes times has change in SA. During our times when we played football each and every player wanted to play for the Soweto giants.
"Amakhosi and Pirates used to have quality in all departments from goalkeeper to strikers. He is adamant that more teams are investing a lot of money in their respective teams.
He named coupler teams who can match both Soweto giants in terms of money spend on players. According to Ndlanya teams like Cape town city, Amazulu, Supersport and Stellenbosch can match both Soweto giant in anything they can do.
The Soweto derby is a biggest game in South africa, however it carries the same points as other game. Soccer is big business these days. The two Soweto giant are still falling to challenge Sundowns at the top.
Sundowns are in a better position to win the league now. If the two Soweto giants do not invest in players mark my words. Sundowns are going to overtake them in terms of supporters in five years time.
Sundowns will have the biggest supporters in the country in five years from now. People wants to see results they don't care anymore about history he said.
You are lying my man. I support my team Chiefs. It does not matter whether they are playing good football or not. I don't care, I will stick with my team unless they don't exist anymore in football, wich is something that will never happen . they will exist in years to come said social media user.
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