Kaizer Motaung Jnr reveals that having made eight new signings to strengthen their team, Soccer Laduma’s resident secret agent reveals what the transfer window could still have in store for Kaizer Chiefs.
Chiefs have strengthened in all departments across the field. Defence in Zitha Kwinika, and Dillan Solomons, midfield with Siyethemba Sithebe, George Matlou, Kamohelo Mahlatsi nd Yusuf Maart, as well as upfront with Ashley Du Preez and Mduduzi Shabalala.
We need a CDM and a proper left back. I don't believe in strikers anymore as they game has changed, we must adapt with using a false nine so that we share all the goals just like man city and liverpool. It's doable and I believe under the current coach it can be achieved.
For example Spain took the Euro 2012 with no strikers on the starting eleven for all their games, Fabregas was their false 9, helping the midfield and becoming a striker when attacking. Chiefs signed 8 players to rebuild the team not to strengthen the team there's a difference between the two.
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