What I love about Zimbabwean previous PSL players is that they generally leave a piece of their souls in South African football when they return to their motherland. We have perceived how players like Matthew Rusike and Knowledge Musona have been supporting Kaizer Chiefs from South Africa.
Robson Muchichwa was with Kaizer Chiefs from 1995 to 1999, he returned again in 2000 until 2001. He last played football in 2004 where he showed up for Benoni Premier United. Qwaqwa Stars, Dynamos FC, Ria Stars, Black Aces and Pietersburg Pillar are other South African clubs he addressed.
See Muchichwa's details: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robson_Muchichwa
Muchichwa has left his perspective on a current circumstance at Kaizer Chiefs. His perspectives are showing that he has been watching PSL and he knows what kaizer bosses required. Muchichwa told kickoff.com that Amakhosi committed a major error by neglecting to sign another striker when the exchange window was open.
He says the group needs more quality in the event that they didn't sign a striker. By that, he isn't questioning that Samir Nurkovic is a decent player, yet his conviction is that all divisions need rivalry and the administration will lament if things turn out poorly for them this season.
Source: https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/classes/news/prevalence/nurkovic-needs-rivalry at-bosses/705480
You will likewise recollect that Kaizer bosses was so near marking Ruzaigh Gamildien from Swallows FC yet they chose to drop the arrangement on the grounds that Sturt Baxter was not inspired by a player. They expressed that it was Gavin Hunt who was keen on marking him. He scored 11 objectives for Swallows in the DStv Premiership last season and opened this present season's MTN 8 with a support against Orlando Pirates.
See Gamaldien's details: https://www.transfermarkt.co.za/ruzaigh-gamildien/detaillierteleistungsdaten/spieler/192460
See why Chiefs dismissed Gamaldien: https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/classes/news/prevalence/ruzaigh-gamildien-consents to-join-kaizer-bosses from-swallows-fc/697191
Kaizer Chiefs are yet to see the arrival of Leonard Castro who was affirmed to be out for a considerable length of time from the beginning of the period because of a physical issue. Castro is the person who was a group's top objective scorer last season in the wake of overseeing 9 objectives across all contests.
See Castro's Stats: https://www.transfermarkt.co.za/leonardo-castro/detaillierteleistungsdaten/spieler/92055
My conviction is that Kiazer Chiefs will lament ruling against marking Ruzaigh Gamaldien in light of the fact that his is a decent striker and Kaizer Chiefs is as yet attempting to discover somebody that they can play forthright. We have seen them attempting to play Samir Nurkovic as a winger and Khama Billiat as a forward. This shows that they are in urgent need of a front man yet they decided to dismiss one.
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