Keagan Dolly, the Kaizer Chiefs superstar defender, has defied his fate in order to inspire the club to new heights this season after a stumbling start.
Phathutshedzo Nange, Brandon Petersen, Sifiso Hlanti, Cole Alexander, Kgaogelo Sekgota, Austin Dube, Njabulo Ngcobo, and Sibusiso Mabiliso were among the Chiefs' new additions following the easing of a two-window move ban.
Following the confluence of signings, the Chiefs have had an uneasy start to the current mission, with tension mounting on Stuart Baxter and the team languishing in ninth place.
On a personal note, Dolly has examined every last remnant of the capable player the Chiefs hoped might inspire the team to greater heights as he neared match fitness.
The Bafana worldwide has enrolled three goals and two aids for a total of eight appearances, all of which are geared toward a beneficial outcome.
Dolly remarked after stealing a support against Chippa United at the end of the week, "I'm hoping to show this every day, every day, it's merely the beginning."
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