When the news broke about his signing for Kaizer Chiefs, former Kaizer Chiefs attacking midfielder Keagan Dolly have finally broken the silence and he made a promise to Amakhosi fans after an impresive debut he got over the weekend, he feels that more is yet to come.
The 28 year old have called for his team's striker to start practicing their celebrations because he is going to make sure that they get clear scoring opportunuties and what they do with the chances will be their own business, but he assured them that assists will come in bulk since his mission is to provided assists.
The former Ajax Cape Town attacker have also revealed that he will be in great shape soon and he will be at his best to provided assist for his teammates.
"I am here to provide as many assists as I can, also to score goals. It's up to the strikers to waste those assists. I will be in a great shape very soon. So our fowards should start practicing their celebrations because the assists are guaranteed," Dolly was quoted on media.
Dolly who was heavily criticised for having gained a lot of weight came on as a second half substitution when Amakhosi were playing against his former side Mamelodi Sundowns on Sunday, his impact was felt immediately after coming on, he provided an assist to his former teammate at Sundowns Khama Billiat who found the back of the net to complete a great come back for the Phefeni Glamour Boys.
He will be hoping to emulate the deadly combination he once had with Zimbabwean forward Khama Billiat during their time at Chloorkop, together with Leonardo Castro were once a feared combination which tormented the opposition defenders and they were called CBD.
Since he will be wearing number 10 at Chiefs, a lot will be expected from him and he has already proved what he can in the little time he got on the field.
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